James Roberts is an Idaho native who enjoys exploring the state. For twenty-five years he lived in Bolivia, Costa Rica, Oregon, and Kansas. His memoir, The Pichu Mini Chronicles, and his poetry, At the Corner of Third and Life, are available online. James’ call sign is WB7BSB. He speaks Spanish and enjoys golf.
A Small Brotherhood Story and Photos by James Roberts The sign in the lodge’s restaurant at Lowman said, “COVID-19 Free Since 1937.” I wondered if that was because most of the wild animals on the walls were wearing masks. A … Continue reading →