Karen Sue Kight is the daughter of Ken and Kathy Carpenter, who are celebrating fifty years on their mountain homestead in Idaho County. Kathy rescued Karen from morning chores in the sixth grade so she could stop smelling like the billy goat when at school.
On the day in 2001 before my husband Tony’s return to Reubens from his two weeks of Idaho Army National Guard training, my six-year-old son Kale was finishing up his own two weeks of training. Continue reading →
As a farm kid, I faced some pretty scary bullies, but I knew the secrets to keeping them at bay. On our farm at the edge of the Clearwater National Forest just outside Grangeville, I faced my bullies at chore time. Continue reading →