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What Are They Doing in There?

Posted on by Steve Carr / Comments Off on What Are They Doing in There?

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
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Sticks and Strings

Posted on by Les Tanner / Comments Off on Sticks and Strings

Tension Tied with Integrity Story and Photos by Les Tanner What’s this thing?” I asked. I had glanced at the object and was about to move on until I realized it deserved a second look. “Interesting, isn’t it?”
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From Wasteland to Wetland

Posted on by Mary Terra-Berns / Comments Off on From Wasteland to Wetland

Adventures in Restoration By Mary Terra-Berns You have got to be kidding me,” I said to myself as I scanned the absolute mess just off Highway 2, about a mile east of Priest River. In the summer of
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An Unfished River

Posted on by Max Jenkins / Comments Off on An Unfished River

When the Road Was Being Built By Max Jenkins We had just sat down for dinner in Grangeville one evening in 1950 when Dad casually asked, “Son, would you be interested in riding a pack mule down a
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Red Sunset

Posted on by Rowan Brown / Comments Off on Red Sunset

And a Cougar on the Prowl Story and Photos by Rowan Brown Flying over the Rockies last summer was the first glimpse I got of how different the West truly is  from my old, low mountains of South
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October 2018 Calendar

Posted on by Les Tanner / Comments Off on October 2018 Calendar

By Les Tanner Cancellations or changes due to weather, illness of performers, and other such things, although rare, are bound to occur. Double-checking with the event coordinators about locations, dates and times is always a good idea. 1
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The Gnarliest Trail

Posted on by Dan Noakes / Comments Off on The Gnarliest Trail

Expect Pain Story and Photos by Dan Noakes “This trail is not friendly. It is not your friend. It does not want to be your friend.” Those were the very words from my mouth as I bushwhacked my
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October 2018 Map

Posted on by Ann Hottinger / Comments Off on October 2018 Map

  IN THIS ISSUE! Boise, Caldwell, Cascade, Coeur d’Alene, Emmett, Georgetown, Idaho Centennial Trail, Idaho City, Idaho Falls, Lochsa River, Meridian, Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest, Pocatello, Valencia This content is available for purchase. Please select from available options.
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Things That Go Bump

Posted on by Susan Hatch / Comments Off on Things That Go Bump

And Can Fly By Susan Hatch I wake the way you do when you’ve gone to sleep in a place you’ve never been before. I look out the second-story window from the pitch blackness of our mountain cabin
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Georgetown—Spotlight

Posted on by Bruce Bash / Comments Off on Georgetown—Spotlight

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
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