by F.A. Loomis
Back in 1976, when the author manned a forest fire lookout near Warren, he experienced a phenomenon so strange, it made him doubt his senses.
by Bruce Bash
Joining in Ucon’s centennial celebration, the author examines a town whose survival has owed much to its people pulling together.
The Pony Farm
by Judy Loop
Growing up on a Shetland Pony farm in Caldwell provided ample lessons in teamwork, responsibility, and unconditional love, along with a healthy share of thrills and spills.
Letters: Who Let the Dogs Out?
Sandpoint: Fiddlin’ Red; He Breathes Life Into Instruments and Their Players, by Desiré Aguirre
Jerome: Electrified, by Linda Helms
Middle Fork Salmon River: Dig It In; Rafting the Salmon in Very High Water, by Bob Beers
Hagerman: How to Dream a Life; Hagerman’s Premier Volunteer on the Joys Of a “Servant’s Heart,” by Kelly Kast
Salmon: Sharing Idaho; The Give and Take of Visitation, by Melinda Stiles
Idaho City/Placerville: First Sight; A Flatlander Encounters Idaho Mountains, by Jessie Smith
Sun Valley: Gunderson’s Hypothesis; Were Hemingway’s Spanish Scenes Drawn from Central Idaho Landscapes?, by Will Peterson
Idaho at Large: Extraordinary Mearsures, by Steve Carr
Recipe Contest: Corn Bread and Bacon-Stuffed Acorn Squash, courtesy of the Idaho Department of Agriculture, www.idahopreferred.com; and Divinity, courtesy of Linda Helms
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Caldwell, Hagerman, Hayden, Idaho City, Jerome, Middle Fork Salmon River, Moscow, Payette National Forest, Pocatello, Priest Lake, Salmon, Sandpoint, Sun Valley, Ucon