The Passion of Miniaturists By Sue Buchel, Kathy Mouser-Hickman, and Rebecca Wright Photos courtesy of the Mini Les Bois Club. Three of the Mini Les Bois Club’s members tell personal stories of their fondness for little things. BY
Art Changed Our Lives By Kitty Campbell Widner Photos Courtesy of Kitty Campbell Widner In the 1950s in McCall, my friends and I were quintessential housewives, but none of us was the pathetic character sometimes portrayed in the
Walking with my dog on a cold Saturday in March on a path that led through the College of Southern Idaho campus in Twin Falls, I smelled burning wood. Ages ago, this very place where I was walking would have held many tipis with wisps of smoke ascending above their high poles from warming fires within. Continue reading →
Like other children, I once dreamed of the possibilities of magic and fantasy worlds, of faraway places to visit, and fantastical wonders to see.
I dreamed of the amazing careers I’d have as a spy, a jungle explorer, an astronaut. With age, I realized such dreams are not easily grasped and that I would have to travel across continents to places of mystery, unless I used an entertainment medium to take me to far-off places. I began to seek ways to live out my dreams without leaving home. Continue reading →