a bit of advice....in idaho we don't care how you "did it" in california.
This is a bit of a sticking point with many Idahoans. It might sound a bit bigoted at first blush, but it's based on the notion that what makes people want to move here from California is the fact that it's not California. If people want to move here and bring the things that make California California...well, might as well not leave in the first place.
Idaho's "Goat Trail"
US Hwy 95, the only paved road running from north to south on the west side of the state from the SE corner of Oregon just north of the Nevada border to
British Columbia, Canada. High desert, mountains, green valleys of food crops, orchards, vineyards, rolling forested hills and snow covered peaks. Salmon River canyon, The River of No Return, the Camas and Palouse prairies with miles of golden grain, cattle and sheep grazing in the high mountain valleys, rivers, streams and waterfalls. we got it all. salmon and steelhead fishing, bring a magnet to catch those steelhead, Sorry, bad Blond joke.
everyone has been right on the money so far except for doggin on southern idaho, we have alot of awesome sites to see, places to visit, a potato museum! haha ok maybe that ones not so cool but they do have a huge potato chip in there! dont have to worry about roads full of bad drivers like cali and ut, honkin at u to see if their horn still works. just depends on the type of stuff you enjoy. plenty of hunting and fishing, out of state fishin license for a day is only $12.75 and $6 for each day after that. off-roading galore dunes and mountains, but im guessing you'll be just drivin through but you should love all the sites we have to see. avoid wyomimg if u can now thats a desert lol