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It’s our guess that all across America this time of year farmers are busy. (Well, aren’t they always?) It’s just that instead of being consumed by harvest chores and all, they’re leading folks through corn mazes, selling apple cider, and … Continue reading
Angular forms of barns — new, lived-in, old, abandoned — stand in stark contrast to the curving landscape of The Palouse, America’s largest expanse of grain fields in eastern Washington and western Idaho. And if it weren’t for minimal shoulders … Continue reading
The Palouse is almost spiritual. You can ride for miles among the rolling hills carpeted with the greatest expanse of wheat and grains in the U. S., taking note of a horizon that seems to move fluidly toward clear blue skies … Continue reading
Only a month ago, we had a couple of days in Boise, Idaho, with no plans. So we decided to head up to McCall to see the resort we’d heard so much about. On the morning of our departure, however, … Continue reading