9 Ways Idahoans Won’t Be Celebrating National California Day
Today February 22, is National California Day.
Many Californians in Idaho have never actually celebrated National California Day. Even Californians in California don't celebrate National California Day. So it's a day to commemorate the Golden State of the United States of America.
If you live in Idaho, you know how many people talk about how Californians are ruing the state. It's such a thing that people from California are nervous about mentioning that they're even from the Golden State.
Here's something I had no idea was even a thing, the California state motto is "Eureka!" which means "I found it."
Do you know the Idaho state motto?
The state motto for Idaho is "Esto Perpetua" it means "let it be perpetual" and also seems to have a very California vibe.
You could think of five or six reasons why you wouldn't want to live in California or why you left California and now live in Idaho. The biggest reason that comes to mind when I hear why people left California is Politics and the cost of living, but with that high cost of living, you'll also have access to some of the best attractions in the country.
My favorite thing about California is the beautiful beaches. There's nothing better than jumping on your bike, jumping on the boardwalk, and meeting up with friends. With many different eateries and bars, it makes for a great day at the beach, but there are a handful of ways that Idahoans won't be celebrating National California Day.