October November 2019 Issue

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    Native American recipes Traditional Thanksgiving, Lewis and Clark, and Native Americans - Many traditional Thanksgiving flavors trace back to Native Americans, including those found in, "Good Seeds, A Menominee Indian Food Memoir."
    Mountain Memories: Eagle Cap Mountain Mountain Memories: Oregon’s Eagle Cap Wilderness - We hunted the Minam River canyon in the Eagle Cap every October, never failing to find elk. Ten years later there's a healthy ecosystem, a gin-clear river, yet a horribly maintained trail system.
    Book Review: Mindfulness and Grief Book Review: Mindfulness & Grief - Stang weaves stories of people who’ve experienced loss and grief and who have benefited from practicing mindfulness with guided meditations.
    Kootenai NWR Wild in the North: Kootenai NWR - One of the most special places for bird and wildlife watching in the panhandle is the Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge
    Carl Marler Carl Marler Still Testing His Mettle - He’s not a drug store cowboy. He’s the real thing, tending livestock on his 600-acre ranch. His music celebrates the Great Northern Plains.
    Haunted History Tours
    Halloween Celebrants Crave Pocatello’s Haunted History Tours - Sometimes, can-this-really-be-happening events defy logic. Lisa Brian, a paranormal investigator, leads haunted history tours in Pocatello.
    Celestine Duncan
    Photo by Nann Parrett
    Celestine Duncan Takes Flight in Weed Management - You get a whole new perspective of a landscape at 1,500 feet above ground. But it's Celestine Duncan's daily view from her office window.
    Photo courtesy Latitude Margaritaville
    Margaritaville Retirement Communities — A Whole Way of Life - Latitude Margaritaville offers a laidback vibe for anyone looking to escape harsh winters and reside in an easy-living retirement community.
    Carp Fishing
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    Ready for a Challenge? Try Carp Fishing! - “Carp are pretty amazing fish...If it gets too hot or too cold, they change their metabolism to meet the challenge.”
    John Thomsen Cd Release
    Photo by Glenn Oakley.
    Octogenarian Musician Releases First CD - Sometimes, the most wonderful recordings are unrehearsed, spontaneous, and improvised. That’s the case with John Thomsen's new release.
    Cremation Keepsakes
    Photo by Dianna Troyerr
    For Lyrl Jensen, Some Things Never Fade - Beauty is eternal for glass artist Lyrl Jensen, who channels whatever she cherishes into stained glass decor and artisan cremation keepsakes.