The Rhinestone Roper; Meet the Flashiest Cowboy Around
by Loy Ann Bell
The horses get loose, and the author encounters a roping, riding, shooting, knife-throwing, whipcracking neighbor unlike any other.
New Plymouth—Spotlight City
by Lindsey Parker
Water wheels, an unusual horseshoe shape, lazy summers, and the intangibles of smalltown life dominate this native’s memories.
Trueblood: Part II
by Les Tanner
In the second of a two-part profile, the outdoors exploits and conservation efforts of the late Idaho writer, Ted Trueblood, are recounted.
Comment: The Next Decade in Print
McCall: In Search of the Warbling Vireo; A Master Birder Shows How It’s Done, By Patricia Gardner
Nampa: Death of a Fighter; How Alcohol, Guns, And Machismo Killed Justin Mark Eilers, By Carroll McKibbin
Pocatello: Wirehairs Forever; My Bird Dog Has Better Kudos Than Yours, By S. Eric Krasa
Viola: Grandpa’s Minnie; A Last Ride into Another Time, By Kimberli Reynolds
Boise: July 4, 2002; Drinks Down, Hands on Hearts, By Bob Bushnell
Grandjean: Tracking the She-Wolf; On the Cusp of the Sawtooths, Lions, Bears, and Wolves, Oh My, By Daniel Claar
Salmon: Spirited Away; On Losing the World’s Most Exquisite Animal, ByRobert A. White
Recipe Contest: Sicilian Beef Short Ribs, Recipe courtesy of the Idaho Beef Council; AL-Kabobs, by Alex Clarke; German Potato Salad, by Linda Helms
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Grandjean, Jerome, McCall, Nampa, New Plymouth, Pocatello, Salmon, Viola