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Coeur d' Alene is Home

Coeur d' Alene is Home. I'd like to thank everyone who was a part of this project. What started out as an idea to help me practice videography turned into a video that has really helped me appreciate the town where I grew up in. Check out this video about where my friends and I grew up, and why we love it. Hopefully you'll get to share this with your families and friends as well. Christine Woeller Photography

Posted by Christine Woeller on Saturday, December 26, 2015

KHQ - If you watch KHQ, chances are you've also been to Coeur d'Alene more times than you can count. Perhaps it's your hometown, where  your vacation home is located or just one of your favorite destinations to visit in the Inland Northwest. 

Local videographer, Christine Woeller, thought she was just practicing her video and editing skills but ended up creating a beautiful video highlighting everything that's great about Coeur d'Alene. To her surprise, the video got a tremendous response on Facebook. In just 3 days, it's already had over 3,000 shares!

Hudson's hamburgers, a "gooey" at Dockside, Tubbs Hill, 4th of July on the Lake, the Boardwalk... what do you love the most about Coeur d'Alene?

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