By Doug Tims
In an excerpt from a new book, the author describes life with his wife in a cabin on the Salmon’s Middle Fork, with no neighbors, no phone, and no electricity.
Corral – Spotlight City
By Dean Clark
Growing up in a tarpaper shack in the remote logging town of Headquarters was no picnic, but the author realizes it taught lessons and gave rewards that lasted him a lifetime. In this meticulous account, he recalls many details of the challenges and charms of the place, including the ice pond.
The Ice Pond
By Charlene Aycock
This tiny community on the Camas Prairie started out as a stagecoach station, moved down to the railroad tracks, and was claimed by six counties over the years. The author meets a family with a long history there.
Comments: Sawtooth Elk
Shoshone: Catastrophe, High and Wide, by Robert Jenkins
Caldwell: Messing Around, by Les Tanner
Arrowrock Dam: The Tallest Dam, by Grove Koger
Big Lost River: Locked Out!, by Ray Brooks
Statewide: Splendid Misery, by Judy Grigg Hansen
Idaho Books: Minidoka Memories, by Amy Larson
Idaho at Large: Going AWOL Post-Christmas, by Steve Carr
Recipes: Greek Salad; Fill ‘Em-Up Smoothie
Calendar of Events: Skijoring Competition, Sandpoint
IN THIS ISSUE!
Arrowrock Dam, Big Lost River, Boise, Caldwell, Campbell’s Ferry Ranch, Corral, Headquarters, Nampa, Pierce, Sandpoint, Shoshone