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Mysterious natural forces give this cave an ice floor 365 days a year, even when it's 95 degrees outside.
A Big-Friend-turned-Paul-Bunyan lumberjack statue that became the mascot of the local high school sports teams after it was reportedly found in a nearby field.
Over 6,000 vacuums, dust busters, and rug beaters, collected by spic-and-span businessman Don Aslett, are part of his communication mission on the virtues of cleanliness.
The wolf pack at Wolf People numbers over 20. Some hang out in the gift shop. The rest are back in the woods. Feedings are three times a week; Wolf People offers tours of their habitat and a "picture pen."
It took 16 bullets to kill the nearly 7-ft. tall Cherokee "Bigfoot" Starr Wilkinson, who robbed and killed pioneers. The statue and memorial, dedicated on August 22, 1974, stands at the replica of Old Fort Boise.
Preserved as it was in 1988 -- not 1888 -- when its occupants fled an impending raid. Learn the Madam's favorite video games, and what the prostitutes were eating for dinner.
Whimsical metal junk sculptures by artist David Dose have populated this section of town since the 1980s. Cybernetic Red Baron, bronco buster, and more.
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