Bruce Bash has had articles, stories, rebuses, and poems published in more than three dozen magazines. A transplant from Ohio, he earned a range resources degree from the University of Idaho and bounced around several western states before settling in Idaho Falls. He and his wife Mary enjoy the outdoors, especially with their grandchildren.
In the Wake of the Wind Story and Photos by Bruce Bash If you live in southeast Idaho and you want to see the Night Tracks, you have to be lucky. Lucky enough to have a day of wind that … Continue reading →
Big Game, Earthquakes, and Hummingbirds Story and Photos by Bruce Bash On the other end of the line, he said hello in the same strong voice I remembered from more than three decades earlier. “Hi, Jim. This is Bruce. How … Continue reading →
Strolling the Lava Trails By Bruce Bash I stood on the observation deck of the Interstate I-15 rest area cleaning my camera lenses and watching cars, semis, and motor homes come and go. Behind me acres and acres of Hell’s … Continue reading →
Most people about to turn one hundred years old wouldn’t think of planning a mud volleyball contest to celebrate. But for the city of Ucon, mud volleyball just seemed to be the right thing to do. The city, about six-and-a-half miles northeast of Idaho Falls, celebrated a century of existence on April 14, 2011. Preparations for the event began in January, said Terry Hansen, one of the organizers. Continue reading →