Articles Found in This Issue
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: 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 & Grief - Stang weaves stories of people who’ve experienced loss and grief and who have benefited from practicing mindfulness with guided meditations.
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 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.
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.
Photo by Nann ParrettCelestine 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 MargaritavilleMargaritaville 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.
© Tverdokhlib, Bigstock.comReady 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.”
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.