Articles Found in This Issue
© Gestalt Imagery, Bigstock.comIdaho’s Silent City of Rocks - Idaho's City of Rocks National Reserve Showcases some of the oldest exposed rocks west of the Mississippi River.
Photo courtesy Boise City Dept. of Arts & HistoryTaking the Lead: Idaho celebrates women’s suffrage, other milestones - March is the month for honoring women in history, and Idaho celebrates women, historically leading the charge in women's suffrage.
Photo courtesy Bill Wiemuth and Laura SableCharting Their Own Course: Couple Creates Virtual Cruises - Sidelined by the pandemic, yet with songs to sing and stories to tell, this couple created an innovative experience with virtual cruises.
© yalcin.sonat, Bigstock.com.Zoom In: Keeping In Touch with Video Conferencing - People rely on Zoom video conferencing to stay connected with like-minded groups—for quiz get-togethers, music rehearsals, classes, and more.
© morrbyte, Bigstock.comFeed Your Addiction to Golf in the Off Season - I’ve been denying my true addiction to golf for many years, but, as I grow older, it seems to be coming to light.
Photo courtesy Robin PewtressRobin Pewtress: Delving Into Genealogy - When we embark on learning about our family histories, we are researching our genealogy—the process of seeking out ancestors and relatives.
Photo courtesy of Getty Images.Classic Dish for Celebrating Lunar New Year: Pork Dumplings - Food is an integral part of many celebrations around the world. Try out this Lunar New Year recipe to kick off this season's festivities.
© iknikpo, Bigstock.comSteelhead: A Fish for Fanatics - Steelhead anglers cast all day in frigid temperatures to MAYBE catch one fish, thinking it's worth it, frozen extremities notwithstanding.
Letter from the Publisher: Tell Your Story - Tell your story to your family, your caregivers, and the young. You have the ability to influence the next generations ahead of you.
Donations Dazzle Longtime Museum Volunteer Ray Stockton - Donations of priceless family heirlooms become dazzling museum displays, thanks to 47-year volunteer Ray Stockton of Rupert, Idaho.
Photo courtesy Legacy Farms, Sandpoint, IdahoHaskap Berries: Flavorful Superfood - Easy to grow, nutrient-dense haskap berries resemble squashed blueberries and taste like a cross between a blueberry and huckleberry.
Photo by Dianna TroyerHolly Seefried: Three Generations to Knit A Sweater - Holly Seefried jokes her late grandmother’s nudging across time compelled her to finish a half-century knitting project.
© Rawpixel.com, Bigstock.comMaking Connections Online - Missing in-person contacts? Try making connections online, with internet communities available for just about every interest or hobby.
Photo by Ken LevyBarn Whisperer: Frank Eld-Harkonen Brings Historic Buildings to Life - Historian and preservationist Frank Eld-Harkonen is a Finnish log construction expert restoring old barns and homes in Idaho and elsewhere.