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Slant-Topped Tables

Posted on by Les Tanner / Comments Off on Slant-Topped Tables

And Other Useful Ideas By Les Tanner I read a book a while back entitled The Next Fifty Years. It consists of a collection of essays written by scientists from a lot of different disciplines. In each essay,
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Ward of the Flies

Posted on by Ray Brooks / Comments Off on Ward of the Flies

No Escape from the Bloodlust Story and Photos by Ray Brooks My most traumatic horsefly experience came at the tender age of twenty-two, as I maneuvered a raft through a small but very rocky rapid on the Middle
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An Accident

Posted on by Kim Steinberg / Comments Off on An Accident

Several Accidents, Actually By Kim Steinberg On the drive home to Boise after a weekend in McCall, my husband Si and I zipped around a corner and looked twice. A forest-green sedan tilted over the shoulder on the
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In for a Penny

Posted on by Les Tanner / Comments Off on In for a Penny

Trying to Stay Sane in an Insane Time Story and Photos by Les Tanner This spring was a scary time, no doubt about it. An uncertain time. When most of the news seemed to be bad. When a
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Jimmy and Me

Posted on by Les Tanner / Comments Off on Jimmy and Me

Man’s Other Best Friend Story and Photos by Les Tanner This story is offered free in its entirety for the first part of May. This is about a cat. Just an ordinary cat. He hasn’t performed any heroic
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The Worst Timing

Posted on by Clell G. Ballard / Comments Off on The Worst Timing

Did It Have to Be That Song? By Clell G. Ballard Back in 1966, my then-fiancee Marilyn made plans for our wedding in our home church, one of Fairfield’s most important buildings, right on Main Street. That was
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