Idaho State Parks
by Jennifer Couture
Idaho may have been a late bloomer when the first state park designation was granted to Heyburn State Park by Congress in 1908, but since then it’s done a lot of catching up. Check out our summer roundup of Idaho’s most beautiful, fascinating, and popular.
by Arthur Hart & Janet Marugg
From the world’s largest potato chip to some of the best outdoor opportunities in the state, Blackfoot has long outgrown its notoriety as home to the Idaho’s leading mental hospital. Find out what “going to Blackfoot” means today.
by Jerry Foster
Ever watch a river of rock take out the highway in front of you? Jerry Foster fills us in on his harrowing childhood encounter with a rockslide on one of Idaho’s most notorious roads. Learn more about this all-too-common natural disaster.
Northern Exposure: The Cataldo Mission: Idaho’s Oldest Standing Building
by Cecil Hicks
Fiction Contest: Incident at Morgan Creek
by Les Tanner
Free Range Verse: Pitch-Forked Boots
by Bobby Hunter
One Spud Short: The Mystery of the Missing Cat
by William Studebaker
Fun & Games: Motorcycling With (Com)Passion
by Donna Geisler
Art Attack: The Magnificent Quilting Ladies of Priest Lake
by Marylyn Cork
Science & Technology: The Birth of a R.A.T.
by Kay Kelley
Power Brokers: Hells Canyon: A Canyon of Challenges
by Dennis Lopez
Front Porch Tales: Big Creek Rebirth Day
by Barbara Michener
Who We Are: Brunswick Migration: Confessions of an Old Boise Junkie
by John Davidson
Historical Snapshot: The Mud Wagon
by Arthur Hart
IN THIS ISSUE!
Blackfoot, Boise, Bruneau Dunes State Park, Castle Rocks State Park, Farragut State Park, Harriman State Park, Hells Canyon, Heyburn State Park, Lake Cascade State Park, Land of the Yankee Fork State Park, Lewiston, Old Mission State Park, Payette National Forest, Ponderosa State Park, Priest Lake, Priest Lake State Park, Stanley, Twin Falls, Winchester State Park