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Then and Now

Posted on by Joshua Kiggins / Comments Off on Then and Now

This Town and Me By Joshua Kiggins Photos Courtesy of Joshua Kiggins As a teenager, I had fairly typical teenage angst about where I lived. By age sixteen I’d been to a few big cities, obviously knew it
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All Wet

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In Praise of Watery Nature Story and Photos by Melody McKinney As a dedicated traveler, I’ve enjoyed the views from Missouri to Illinois to Colorado, among many other states, but I’ve never fallen more in love with Nature’s
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The Hawk Is Back

Posted on by Warren Clary / Comments Off on The Hawk Is Back

Story and Photos by Warren Clary When my wife Jeanne and I moved from Boise to Meridian in 2005, we acquired a new house on a nice-sized lot. The house was positioned off-center, within about six feet of
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Snow Lake

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A Light Show on Independence Day Story and Photos by Matt Demke “Hey, do you have anything going on the next couple of days?” “Where are you taking me now?” Most of the backpacking adventures my cousin Tristyn
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Collared

Posted on by Les Tanner / Comments Off on Collared

The Russian Way By Les Tanner Photos by Jan Boles I don’t know how it is elsewhere, but it’s almost a certainty that everyone who lives here in the Treasure Valley is familiar—maybe too familiar—with the large gray
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House for Seven

Posted on by Bren Slade / Comments Off on House for Seven

A Place of Light and Hope Story and Photos by Bren Slade The light was dim inside the ambulance. My daughter lay breathing but unresponsive. Were there windows? I don’t remember. It was Christmas Eve.  Five months earlier,
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Pigs in Harness

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Who Was the Wag Named Arthur Brissette? Photos courtesy of Ralph Allen When a Boise couple dropped by IDAHO magazine’s office recently, the topic came up of the quirky pig postcards on these pages. Ralph Allen mentioned he
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Up on the North Fork

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How a Photo Trove Rescued a Community from Oblivion Photos Courtesy of Clearwater Historical Museum The images on these pages have a curious history. In the early 2000s, a man named Jim Smith was tearing down an old
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A Day in the Life

Posted on by Linda Lantzy / Comments Off on A Day in the Life

Of an Idaho Backroads Wanderer Story and Photos by Linda Lantzy As I descend the steep, winding road into the Pittsburgh Landing area of Hells Canyon, the temperature starts to climb. Even on this gray, drizzly spring day
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