We’ll, better late than never. Over the past 24 hours, a powerful Pacific Storm has finally decided to muscle its way along a more northern track, dumping a foot or more (yes, you read that right!) of the white stuff in some of the highest reaches of Idaho and Montana. Near the remote headwaters of [...]
Archives for March, 2010
This week marks the inauguration of our tiny Missoula kitchen garden. On Sunday–which turned out to be a brilliant sunny spring day–I pulled out two shovels, a hoe and rake and set to work. My assignment: to weed, dig up, loosen and aerate the small irregular-shaped plot of dark brown, western Montana soil we intend to plant in tomatoes, squash, tomatillos, carrots, spinach, chard, onions, beans, garlic, lettuce, potatoes, herbs and more.
I stopped by Euphoria Salon in Boise’s Hyde Park neighborhood over the weekend to check out their newest art installation, a series of large-format Alpenglow Press images. We took the photographs during a late-September 2008 visit to the historic Yankee Fork dredge along the Yankee Fork of the Salmon River in central Idaho. On our [...]