The Roof of Idaho
by Dianna Troyer
Climbing Mount Borah, the author recounts its history, geology, and the stories of ranchers who have lived at its base for decades.
by Marylyn Cork
It only has three businesses, and one might fold soon, but this laid-back hamlet south of Sandpoint boasts an amazing history of survival.
On Trail Crew
by Kaitlin Ens
Clearing trail in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area is tough and treacherous work that elevates the soul.
Editorial: Parsing Idaho, by Steve Bunk
Idaho Artist: Art from Junk; Sculptor Jerry Brooks Perceives Art and Nature in Found Objects, by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson
Agronomy Tales: Legends to Plant By; How Farmers Keep an Eye on the Signs, by Bill Corbett
A History of Time: Winding the Clock; Deep in the Works of a Twin Falls Icon, by Loy Ann Bell
Fighting Fire: In Harm’s Way, by Ward Stevens
Idaho Writer: The River Made Me; Idaho Streams Feed the Writing of Kim Barnes, by Donna Emert
On the Run: Barefoot is Back; A Post Falls Trainer Touts Shoeless Running, by Lisa Odenberg
Hiking: Down in the Slot; In This Part of the Desert, Be Ready to Get Drenched, by Brenda Adams
Recipe Contest: Red, White and Bleu Salad, by Kathy Hanson; and Summer Celebration Spaghetti, by Barbara Myhre
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area, Indianola, Laclede, Mount Borah, Moscow, Owyhees, Post Falls, Soda Springs, Twin Falls, Wilder