It’s Greek to Idaho By Steve Carr Many historians maintain that the celebrated Greek physicist and fly fisherman, Archimedes, was in Greece, not Idaho, when he realized the water his body displaced in the bathtub was the result of a … Continue reading →
Author Archives: Steve Carr
About Steve CarrSince you asked, Steve Carr is a recovering attorney, who can be reached at email@example.com.
By Steve Carr For those of us who live and work in eastern Idaho and are not affiliated with the Idaho National Laboratory, what happens there (despite their claims of being an open book) has always been a riddle. Like … Continue reading →
She Lacks Appreciation By Steve Carr If you were to consider the year in terms of distinct parts, like twelve unique co-workers, how would you feel about June? July, for example, is often the center of attention, the de facto … Continue reading →
But Not Spring Sandstorms? By Steve Carr On a modest spot overlooking Trail Creek among the trees in Sun Valley sits a memorial to Ernest Hemingway. Etched in stone are words he famously penned. “Best of all he loved the … Continue reading →
It’s Only Too Late When It’s Too Late By Steve Carr I’ll start playing when I get old,” has been my refrain for thirty-plus years when asked, “Do you golf?” I play tennis (and football with the kids on Thanksgiving). … Continue reading →