Mars on Earth
By Faith Rudebusch
Craters of the Moon has become Mars for scientists simulating a manned mission to the Red Planet planned for the 2030s.
The Bell and the Bear
By Michael Stubbs
Accompanying a friend on a section of the Centennial Trail, the author has more trouble with a bear warning bell than the ursine itself
Burgdorf – Spotlight City
By Carmen Magart
A family whose sheep ranching ties go back generations to the Burgdorf area visits the hot springs in the dead of winter, with worrisome results.
Comments: Straw Wars
Laclede: Moving the Old Folks, by Desiré Aguirre
Wallace: The Christmas Card Effect, by Corki Hibbard Mattila
Boise: From Classroom to Chatroom, by Michelle Harmon
Eastern Idaho: A Place I Go, by Roger D. Blew
Orofino: A Fawn Arrives, by Joseph Zahnle
2017 Cover Photo Contest Winners: The West Rides Again, by the Editors
Idaho at Large: Forget the Score, by Steve Carr
Recipes: Old Fashioned Apple Cake; Holiday Cheer Chili Verde
Calendar of Events: Polar Express Experiences, Rupert
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Burgdorf, Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve, Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness, Laclede, Moscow, Orofino, Rupert, Wallace