Photo by Matt Leidecker
Unforgiving SkyIdahoans who work
the land are seeing their climate change. As ranches go dry and rivers
run low, many Boise politicians deny that global warming exists at all.
Behind the politics, lives are adapting.
by Dean A. Ferguson
Heart of a
The choice to hunt is
not a light one; this is not the suburban American quandary of choosing
a restaurant for dinner. The hunter takes a sacrament when he kills.
Pulling the trigger demands respect of the mystery.
by Chuck Oxley
Craters of the Moon
In 1969, NASA astronauts led a
training mission to Craters of the Moon National Monument. Just a small
step from the valley, Craters remains an otherworldly fall getaway.
by Ken Retallic
photo by Kirsten Hepburn
Whether on horseback,
mountainside, or with shotguns shoulder-slung, these are the locals who
help us get out there.
by Dick Dorworth and Dana DuGan
Cortney Burns picks the pear
for elegant autumn harvest desserts.
And Boise wine connoisseur David Kirkpatrick has just the wine to pair.
by Michael Ames and David Kirkpatrick
Night Driving by Dick
Lodging, Outfitters/Guides &
Ketchum & Sun Valley