Earth’s Underground Playground
by Shawna Andreasen
Get down, get out…the good side of “down and out” is spelunking!
The Craig Mountain Wildlife Management Area
by Ed Mosey
In 1995, the Bonneville Power Administration deeded a large parcel of land to the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, combining about eighty thousand acres of state and federal holdings into the Craig Mountain Wildlife Management Area. Together with land owned by other agencies and the Nez Perce Tribe, the area comprises well over one hundred square miles under cooperative management, for the benefit of wildlife.
by Kim Brown
This is not a “spot in the road” or a “has been” kind of town. In the 1990s Post Falls’ population exploded, nearly tripling in a decade. It has been labeled the “fastest growing little town in Idaho.”
Early Days on the Lochsa
by Hadley B. Roberts
In August 1934, the Pete King Fire raged on for six days, consuming over fifty thousand acres of Idaho’s Clearwater National Forest. The Lochsa Historical Ranger Station survived and is open to the public today.
Buddy…His Trials and Treasures: Introducing Buddy
by Will Edwinson
Smalltown Flavor: WWII Hero Survived Fifty Combat Missions
by Kelly Kast
Featured Foliage: In Search of the Wild Mushroom
by Nancy C. Butler
Clean Plate Club: A Personal Benchmark: Panther Creek Inn
by Russ Steele
Gardening Tales: The Horseradish Incident
by Les Tanner
Free Range Verse: Canyonade
by Larry N. Gwartney
Profile: Augie’s Sweet Treat
by Nancy C. Butler
Historical Snapshot: Motoring: When It Was a Pastime!
by Arthur Hart
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Caldwell, Cobalt, Craigmont, Desert Ice Cave – St. Anthony Sand Dunes, Fort Hall, Gooding, Grace, Lochsa Historical Ranger Station, Minnetonka Cave – Bear Lake, Niter Ice Cave – Blackfoot, Orofino, Post Falls, Salmon National Forest, Shoshone Indian Ice Cave, Silver City, The Darby Canyon Wind Cave – Driggs