Motels at the Top of the World
by Jerry Foster
Staying a night or two at a retired fire lookout on one of Idaho’s grand peaks gives new meaning to the phrase, “getting away from it all.” Between the views and the solitude, it is a wonder this activity isn’t more popular. Grab your gear and go…and prepare yourself for an entirely new perspective.
Grandma Emery’s Cookbook
by Helen McMullin
This is the story of an Idaho family, told with the help of an everyday item that turned into a treasure. Join the Emerys, of turn-of-the-century Oakley, on their journey from the east to the marvelous west (and get a few classic housekeeping tips while you’re at it)!
by Nancy C. Butler
Orofino is tucked away in the winding canyon of the beautiful Clearwater River in north central Idaho. The river and surrounding natural environment are a big part of the lifestyle of Orofino’s people. Forested canyon walls surround the community, which was built following the contours carved by the Clearwater River and Orofino Creek.
Around the Bend: Mosquito Flat Reservoir: A Dream Come True
by Summer Jackman
Front Porch Tales: Barn Dreams
by Lynn Farley
Buddy…His Trails and Treasures: Instinct or Guardian Angel?
by Will Edwinson
One Spud Short: Things You Don’t Want to Happen with Sticky Spider Traps
by Lori Corbett-Hathaway
Historical Snapshot: Orofino’s Fourth
by Arthur Hart
Fiction Contest: 3rd Place Youth Division, Chasing the Salmon
by Christian Hertzog
Fiction Contest: 3rd Place Adult Division, The Mysterious Fish of Owyhee River
by Steve Koehler
Free Range Verse: That Pine Squirrel
by Dale L. Neill
Fiction Contest: 3rd Place Professional Division, Confluence
by Kurt Caswell
Animal Kingdom: Boise Front Beauties
by Les Tanner
Ranch Life: Haywire Ranch
by Cheryl Cox
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Challis, Grace, Idaho Falls, Oakley, Orofino, St. Anthony