The Legend Lives
by Elora Ramirez
Summer visits to her cowboy great-grandfather in Idaho changed the life of a Texas girl.
by Jennifer Lamont Leo
On a sleepy side of Lake Pend Oreille, this heavily wooded, tiered town has seen explorers, the railroad, the Ringling Brothers, fire and flood in its day.
Highway 95 Revisited: Part II
by Les Tanner
In which our wayfarer descends the three grades of Winchester, Lewiston, and White Bird the old way, the less traveled way.
Letters: Highway 95; Native Americans
Made by Hand: Birth of a Barn; Old-fashioned Methods and $329 Do the Trick, by Angela I. Nielson
Recipe Contest: Announcing the 2009 Winners!
Commemoration: Fly Away, by Tom Davenport
Renovations: History on Show; Glenns Ferry Rings in its Centennial with Will and Funds to Redo Downtown, by Vicki Smith
Roadside Attraction: Cave of Mystery; How Shoshone’s Ice Caves Lost and Regained Their Chill, by Rob Lundgren
Out to Pasture: The Death of Innocence; Weeds and Wildfire, Watch Out; the Indiscriminate Grazer Approaches, by Lisa Shine
Model Behavior: She’s a Beauty; In Pocatello, a Union Pacific Building Lures Train-Lovers to Model Heaven, by Dianna Troyer
Festival Report: No Welsh Spoken Here; Have Malad Valley Descendants of Wales Killed Their Ancestral Tongue?, by Pat McCoy Rohleder
Recipe Contest: Mustard Pizza, by Kenzie Dains & Jessie Harrelson; and Vanilla Caramel Brownies, by Austin Pickett & Matt Olsen
IN THIS ISSUE!
Glenns Ferry, Hagerman, Highway 95, Hope, Indian Valley, Malad City, Mink Creek, Pocatello, Rathdrum, Shoshone