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2011-11, November 2011 (Ucon)

2011-11, November 2011 (Ucon)


Volume 11 Number 2

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    Phantom Fire
    by F.A. Loomis

    Back in 1976, when the author manned a forest fire lookout near Warren, he experienced a phenomenon so strange, it made him doubt his senses.

    Ucon—Spotlight City
    by Bruce Bash

    Joining in Ucon’s centennial celebration, the author examines a town whose survival has owed much to its people pulling together.

    The Pony Farm
    by Judy Loop

    Growing up on a Shetland Pony farm in Caldwell provided ample lessons in teamwork, responsibility, and unconditional love, along with a healthy share of thrills and spills.


    Letters: Who Let the Dogs Out?

    Sandpoint: Fiddlin’ Red; He Breathes Life Into Instruments and Their Players, by Desiré Aguirre

    Jerome: Electrified, by Linda Helms

    Middle Fork Salmon River: Dig It In; Rafting the Salmon in Very High Water, by Bob Beers

    Hagerman: How to Dream a Life; Hagerman’s Premier Volunteer on the Joys Of a “Servant’s Heart,” by Kelly Kast

    Salmon: Sharing Idaho; The Give and Take of Visitation, by Melinda Stiles

    Idaho City/Placerville: First Sight; A Flatlander Encounters Idaho Mountains, by Jessie Smith

    Sun Valley: Gunderson’s Hypothesis; Were Hemingway’s Spanish Scenes Drawn from Central Idaho Landscapes?, by Will Peterson

    Idaho at Large: Extraordinary Mearsures, by Steve Carr

    Recipe Contest: Corn Bread and Bacon-Stuffed Acorn Squash, courtesy of the Idaho Department of Agriculture, www.idahopreferred.com; and Divinity, courtesy of Linda Helms

    Boise, Caldwell, Hagerman, Hayden, Idaho City, Jerome, Middle Fork Salmon River, Moscow, Payette National Forest, Pocatello, Priest Lake, Salmon, Sandpoint, Sun Valley, Ucon