The Crags by Pack Train
by F.A. Loomis
A regular hiker in central Idaho’s Bighorn Crags tries horse-packing in this time, before exploring the high lakes on foot.
Princeton – Spotlight City
by Tara Roberts
The author’s grandfather grew up in this northern Idaho town, once part of its own Ivy League of railroad stops, including Harvard and Yale.
Growing Up Connected
by Dana Harris
When the author was growing up in southeastern Idaho’s McCammon in the early 1970s and 1980s, everybody knew everybody. The impact on her of this connectedness was profound.
2012 IWL Contests: Nonfiction and Poetry Winners
2012 Photo Contest: Announcing the Winners
Statewide: Panorama, Low-Tech; Adventure by Hand and Eye, by Les Tanner
Redfish Lake: A Couples’ Retreat; Where Love of Nature and Partner Combine, by Daniel Claar
Glenns Ferry: A Family Found; Where to Look? Try the Museum, by Richard Bauman
Fremont County: Spuds Under Siege; Do Other States Dare Challenge Our Supremacy?, by Paige Nelson
Shoshone Falls: Face the Falls; A Newbie Kayaker Encounters the Snake River in a Testy Mood, by Rebecca Maxwell
Boise: From Couch to Wallow; A Neophyte Tests the Dirty Waters, by Rachel Gattuso
Idaho Books: Do I Believe in Ghosts?, by Gaye Bunderson
Idaho at Large: What Do You Do?, by Steve Carr
Recipes: Maple Cayenne Pecan Scones and Slow Cooker Scalloped Potatoes
Calendar of Events: Night at the Museum, Caldwell
IN THIS ISSUE!
Bighorn Crags, Boise, Bonners Ferry, Caldwell, Fremont County, Glenns Ferry, McCammon, Pierce, Princeton, Redfish Lake, Shoshone Falls, Winchester