Monthly Archives: March 2012

Saddle Club Marks 50 Years

The riders keep their horses steady as the grand entry wagon, decorated with gold tinsel and containing half a dozen members of equestrian past royalty, proudly rolls along.  Some of the riders carry the turquoise and white flag of the … Continue reading

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“If a baby rattler gets inside your house, just sweep it out with a broom,” Alan, the head of Pine Island Interpretation tells me. I am neighbors with the deadly coral snake, who likes to sunbathe under blue skies. If … Continue reading

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Swiftwater Safety

The middle fork of Idaho’s Salmon River rushes fast, brown, and smooth, swollen with spring runoff.  In a few weeks, when the guides begin rowing tourists down the river, the water will be lower.  The snow on the surrounding peaks … Continue reading

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