Memory Freeze: For Idaho Wildlife Photographer Bill Mullins, A Few Seconds of Magic Are Worth a Day’s Wait
by Dale E. Toweill
Boise wildlife photographer Bill Mullins travels the world in quest of images, but he also creates award-winners in his own front yard.
by Rob Morris
Water has always been an issue for this southern Idaho town, even though it arose from an irrigation development project and has become a fishing mecca.
What Would Larry Do?: Confronted by a Frigid Fall Stream, The Question Is To Wade or Not to Wade
by Randy King
The quail is on the other side of Jump Creek, there’s no bridge, and the water is cold. Ask yourself: in this situation, what would Redneck Larry do?
Comment: Remembering Two Idaho Heroes; Vernon Baker and David C. Dolby
Big Desert: Enter from the Sun; Ed Pitcher’s Book Tells Why Falconers Now Let the Bird Fly High, by Will Peterson
Blackfoot: Lola Gets Crazy; Rural Idaho Goes to the Dogs, by Sara J. Call
Pioneer Mountains: The Pull of the Pioneers; An Elk Hunter on the Meaning of Success, by Mike Cothern
Salmon River Mountains: Body and Soul; Nothing Beats the Mountains, Grouse, and a Pointer, by S. Eric Krasa
Malta: The Long Ride, by Bill Ryan
Grace: Shootin’ Sage Hens, by Bill Corbett
Idaho Falls: Zucchini Escapes Bread, by Kitty Fleischman
Cascade and Lewiston: Dare to Kayak; Idaho’s World Champion Shows the Kids How, By Sue Hansen
Recipe Contest: Red Delicious Apple Parcels with Sweet Wine Caramel Sauce, by Angela Tandy; Baked Oatmeal, by F. Ruth Thacker
IN THIS ISSUE!
Big Desert, Blackfoot, Boise, Cascade, Grace, Hollister, Idaho Falls, Jump Creek, Kamiah, Lewiston, Malta, Nampa, New Plymouth, Pioneer Mountains, St. Maries, Salmon, Salmon River Mountains