Sometimes, the most wonderful recordings are unrehearsed, spontaneous, and improvised. That’s the case with John Thomsen’s new release.
Dianna Troyer is a freelance writer based in Pocatello, Idaho. She enjoys family and friends, skiing, riding horses, and hiking.
The country’s oldest Willamette locomotive has the only example of a Radley Hunter Stack, considered the crown jewel of spark arresters.
The Felters not only volunteer as Mr. and Mrs. Claus at Christmas, they donate year-round to their favorite local nonprofits.
Volunteers at the Magic Valley Humanitarian Center in Rupert, Idaho, log 2,500 hours a month, making items for area nonprofits to distribute.
By DIANNA TROYER — A telepathic pet communicator mentioned my old feline friend out of the blue: “Oh, by the way, Spock wants me to tell you he’s coming back.”
“Although grief never ever ends, over time you begin to find hope again, acceptance, and peace in the loss of your loved one.”
For entertainment, Cliff Warren eavesdropped on fairgoers as they admired, gaped, and grinned at his 692-pound, blue ribbon pumpkin during the Eastern Idaho State Fair in Blackfoot in September.