Ray Holes Saddle Company; A Cowboy Tradition
by Janet Williamson
In Grangeville, the working cowboy can find the tools of his trade. For almost seventy years, some of the finest “using” saddles have been made, by hand, at the Ray Holes Saddle Co. A commitment to excellence, uncanny durability, and word of mouth have combined to create an enduring legion of Ray Holes customers and friends.
by Karen Bossick
Located thirty-seven miles south of Sun Valley, Picabo is the home of the Silver Creek Preserve, a private/public nature reserve administered by The Nature Conservancy. And that is only one portion of the natural beauty that Picabo offers to visitors and the people who live and work there.
From Idaho to Kirkuk
by Debu Majumdar
Like members of the military all across the US, members of the Idaho National Guard have played a part in the ongoing war in Iraq. And, while there was a great deal of culture shock while living and working in a new and often dangerous environment, these men and women bring back enduring memories of their tours in an ancient and war-torn land.
Who We Are: Oldest Barber in the State Retires, by Rodney D. Boam
Northern Exposure: Huckleberry Tent & Breakfast, by Desire Aguirre
Family Matters: Becoming Idahoans, by Terry Allen
Animal Kingdom: Wilderness Standoffs, by Joe Glymour
Life’s Lessons: Personal Standards, by Ann Clizer
Profile: Lane Russell; Artist, by Cassandra Cridland
Fiction Contest Winner: Fillmore’s Magic Elixir, by Les Tanner
One Spud Short: Double Barrel Ten Gauge, by Bill Corbett
Studebaker Says: Axel Rose and Thunder, by William Studebaker
Recipe Contest: Mom’s Beef Stroganoff, by Mary Beth Mowry
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Caldwell, Clark Fork, Grangeville, Idaho Falls, Picabo, Pocatello, Preston, Sandpoint, Soda Springs, Twin Falls