A Dying Breed
By Karin Cordes
An Idaho watercolorist shows and tells what she likes about our old barns, and why she fears for their future.
by Bonnie Imbler Evans
Coming to town decades ago with her husband, a Midvale native son, the author recounts years of enchantment, high water, and family histories that go back to the 1860s.
My Life in a Chicken Hatchery
by Earl E. Hayes
During the Great Depression in Twin Falls, the author’s father opened a chicken hatchery, and the family’s life was never the same again.
Comment: The Curator as Storyteller
Owyhee County: Buckaroos, by Andrea Scott
Blackfoot: Strong as New; Ingenious Restoration Saves a Memory-Filled Barn, by Geraldine Mathias
Sun Valley/Cascade: Idaho Contrasts, by Brian T. Cox
Elk City: Wannabees; Horse Tales from Outfitter Guide School, by Carolyn White
Southeastern Idaho: Fishing with Ray, by Les Tanner
Idaho at Large: Between Ski Parkas and Tuxedos, by Steve Carr
Idaho Books: Wolfer, by Carter Niemeyer; Review by Kate Lovan
From the Archives: Trivia Contest
Recipe Contest: Smokey Beef Brisket, with Goat Cheese Potatoes au Gratin and Red Eye Gravy; and Apple Honey Crisp, both recipes courtesy of the Idaho Department of Agriculture, www.idahopreferred.com
IN THIS ISSUE!
Aberdeen, Blackfoot, Boise, Cascade, Coeur d’Alene, Elk City, Lewiston, Midvale, Moscow, Owyhee County, Stanley, Sun Valley, Treasure Valley, Twin Falls, White Bird