Wednesday, December 19, 2018

TRUNKS ART Begins a NEW art series dedicated to enlightening others about The Gem State!

Arco, Idaho - December 19, 2018 - "Craters of the Moon" (#1/12) - Inquiring minds want to know!  If the cinder cones in Idaho's Craters of the Moon National Monument are millions of years old, why are they still 'pointy?'  Wouldn't winds and weather soften and smooth them out by now?  As it turns out, rain passes right through the cinder cones and travels 100 miles to places like Thousand Springs, Ritter Island and Box Canyon near Hagerman, Idaho.  The nearest little city to the monument has quite the distinction.  In 1955, Arco, Idaho became the first city to be powered by nuclear power!

Trunks Art moved to Boise from Los Angeles in 2015 and has made this city his home and art inspiration.

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