As a starting point for this edition, we asked Inland 360 Facebook fans to answer the question “The Lewiston-Clarkston Valley wouldn’t be the same without…”When you ask for opinions on social media, you get good, bad and ugly.
Here’s Inland 360’s suggested improvements for the valley’s most complained about quirks.
- Gas masks for those entering Lewiston from the north or east.
- A line of shoes and tires with replaceable foam parts for adventures in goathead territory.
- Mattress-only storage units, for all the mattresses we buy from all the mattress stores.
- Complimentary shots of espresso so as to blend in better with tweaker community.
- Chiropractic adjustment voucher program for those who encounter potholes.
- Inflatable “bubble suits” for pedestrians braving the sidewalk-less streets of the Lewiston Orchards and other neighborhoods.
- Complimentary peanuts and a beverage for the flights you used to be able to take from the Lewiston airport.
- Cardboard cutouts of people who are not white, so as to make the community appear more diverse.
- Royalty funds from the two Unofficial Music Genres of the Valley: country and classic rock.
- A family-friendly zoo/waterpark/science center where you can waterslide into the penguin exhibit while learning about climate change.
- Standard issue camouflage wear for new residents and a discount to clothing subscription services for those who want to wear something different.
- More restaurants that serve hamburgers or pizza — we don’t have enough of those.