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Searching for a retirement hobby, Evea Jackson uses her yard sale lathe to create pens from wood, cactus, and even deer antlers as gifts for friends and family in southeastern Idaho.
From portfolios packed with original posters, to oil and watercolor paintings, singing and quilting, and making children’s clothes, Kathy “Goldie” Golden is a truly eccentric and eclectic renaissance art woman.
Since childhood during the Depression, George Toner said he rarely turned down work–no matter what it was–even driving truck at age 7
She would hit the road before 3 a.m., but she was already wide awake hours before, eagerly anticipating her next photographic adventure.
As she planted 4,000 flowers, Krista Hansen envisioned they would bloom into a living landscape painting and surround her flowerpot-shaped Airbnb near Burley in eastern Idaho.