The River Journal
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The steps chiseled out of the rock crossing the face were only wide enough to place a foot. They climbed to a tiny ledge, then
Keep the Change
I’ve been doing a lot of reading lately. Not my usual habit as I’m generally doing a lot of carpentry or chores punctuated by eating
Watching From the Sidelines
Kathy's Faith Walk takes her to the sidelines of other lives
Reviewing the Past
The view from the Hawk's Nest is through the rear view mirror as Ernie publishes a book
How Does Your Garden Grow?
Gardening tips from the experts
Some Like it Hot!
Vegetables for hot weather - so Get Growing!
Antiques in the Orchard
Terry and Carole Chowning moved back to Clark Fork in 2006, purchasing the home that Carol spent her teenage years in, right across the highway
Down on the Farm
Originally from Idaho, Merry Brown-Hayes and her husband Tony followed the path of so many young people here, by leaving the area to “make a
Mediation to Resolve Disputes
When Barb Perusse moved to Sandpoint from Kansas City, Missouri back in 1999, she was burnt out from her job as a child abuse investigator
What Would Will Rogers Say?
Looking at the present with historical eyes, out on the Scenic Route