Robin McRae was born in St. Luke’s Hospital in Boise, has lived in McCall, and moved to Stibnite in 1943. He returned to Boise in 1954 to attend high school. He then attended Boise Junior College, and graduated from the University of Oregon and Pacific University College of Optometry. He has lived in Boise for fifty-five years, spending most summers and falls at Big Creek.
Deep in the Mountains, a Family Mine By Robin McRae Photos Courtesy of Robin McRae Recently, the author provided an account of minerals prospecting by his family as part of a 2017 report compiled by Richard H. Holm, Jr., for … Continue reading →
A Gold Rush Town Drowned By Robin McRae Photos courtesy of Robin McRae Some years ago, Doug Tims asked me to travel with him to the site of Roosevelt, a former gold rush town almost five hours’ drive from Cascade … Continue reading →