The Alpine Way: What Made Sun Valley? Technique and Technology
by Basil Service
A Sun Valley ski instructor traces innovations in technology and technique that were central to the resort’s early success.
by Annie Lampman
When the author was growing up in this company logging town, times were good. Now little remains except the trees, and even they’re going.
Land and the Animal: How Idaho’s Sportsmen Took the Lead Throughout a Century of Wildlife Conservation
by Dale Toweill
Over a century of hunting, diseases, and acts of nature, much Idaho big game has been close to extinction. Thanks largely to sportsmen, many species have made significant comebacks.
Comment: Issue 100, By Kitty Fleischman, Publisher & Editor; Anything That Moves You
Cover Feature: Extreme Action; Have Camera, Will Ski , By Patrick Orton
A Better Microscope: In Boise, a Physicist Designs the Next Step in Nanoscience, By Heather Robson
Around the Bend: Get Back or Die; Stranded while Snowmobiling, Her Survival Depended on Ingenuity, By Linda Helms
Obedience Class: Dog Whisperer; Timing and Positive Reinforcement Are the Secrets of This Veteran Trainer, By Dianna Troyer
Nature at Work: Arachnid Architect, By David Clark
Cowboy Poetry: The Winter Hell Froze Over, By Wallace J. Swenson
Renovation: They Built the Beardmore; The Rise and Fall and Poignant Rise of a Priest River Family’s Grand Edifice, By Cate Huisman
Recipe Contest: Herb-Seasoned Rib Roast with Red Wine Pan Sauce, courtesy of the Idaho Beef Council; Chocó-Razz Cheesecake, by Natasha Williams and Crystal Smith; Jet’s Alaska & Beyond Lobster Martini Mashed Potatoes, by Mike Kincaid
IN THIS ISSUE!
Arco, Boise, Burley, Coeur d’Alene, Headquarters, Pomerelle Mountain Resort, Priest River, Sun Valley