Aviation Comes to Idaho
by Arthur Hart
Believe it or not, people didn’t always hurtle through the air in machines. We know, it is hard to fathom today. In the old days, the cowboys of the skies risked life and limb to show people that flying was possible.
Tom Tharp: The Man Behind the Green
by Cecil Hicks
Tom Tharp is Sandpoint Elks Golf Course’s manager and superintendent. This hardworking guy knows what it takes to keep a popular golf course in materials, mowers, and green!
by Elizabeth Laden
Like quite a few Idaho towns (luckily), Island Park is surrounded by wild country. At any time of day or night, residents and visitors can look out their windows and see a moose wander by, or even a black or grizzly bear. Eagles and trumpeter swans fly overhead, and wildflowers brighten the landscape spring through fall. Needless to say, all of this makes it well worth a visit out east.
Heyburn State Park: A Place for Lasting Memories
by Karen Sargent
Heyburn State Park, established in 1908, is the oldest state park in the Pacific Northwest. Hear all about its treasures from someone who should know—one of the park’s rangers.
Letter to the Editor
by Barbara Sites
Road Tripping: Governor’s Passport: A Great Way to See Idaho
by Marylyn Cork
Buddy…His Trials and Treasures: Fishin’
by Will Edwinson
Free Range Verse: The Cowboy Nanny and the Honey Horse
by Connie R. Grant
One Spud Short: The Sawtoothed Critter
by Neil S. Brookshire
Who We Are: There’s a Butterfly on Your Nose
by Les Tanner
Fiction Contest: 2nd Place Youth Division, My Challenge
by Jamie E. Ronlein
Fiction Contest: 2nd Place Adult Division, A Mourning Dove Dawn
by Larry Gwartney
Front Porch Tales: Loaded for White Water
by Barbara Michener
Historical Snapshot: Opera Comes to Idaho
by Arthur Hart
Sporting Life: Coeur d’Alene’s Floating Green
by Dave Tester
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Coeur d’Alene, Council, Grace, Heyburn State Park, Island Park, Lewiston, Middle Fork Salmon River, Sandpoint, Sawtooth National Forest, Twin Falls