The new summer issue of Sandpoint Magazine hit the streets on Friday, May 16, and (if we don’t say so ourselves) it is packed with excellent stories, photos and art about Sandpoint and our neck of these North Idaho woods. The magazine is distributed at more than 200 locations around the region; big distribution points in Sandpoint are at Yokes, Safeway and Super 1 Foods; the Greater Sandpoint Chamber; and downtown at the Cedar Street Bridge; and a passel of retail shops.
Go, pick it up! Or click now to check it online at SandpointMagazine.com »
In this issue:
- Trains All about the iron horse that gallops steadily through the area: train history, saving our depot, the Amtrak experience, railfans, coal and oil, train dangers
- Ethan and His Treehouse His bicycle-powered elevator goes viral as worldwide interest spreads
- Pictured in History Sir Edmund Hillary visits Sunnyside and the Hawkins family in 1981
- Going Global Quest Aircraft Company spreads its wings as the KODIAK gains popularity
- Knowing Nature Artist and naturalist Karen Robinson paints what she loves
- A Tale of Two Rivers After decades of change, the Kootenai and Clark Fork are being reclaimed Alpacas The “other camelid” figures large in local agriculture
- Blazing a Trail in the Panhandle Hiking the Pacific Northwest Trail.
- PLUS: Wilderness, 50 years later Losing Coldwater Creek Major employer – and contributor Among the Kalispels Excerpt from “Inland Salish Journey” In the Footsteps of Dorothea Lange The search to find Bonner County families photographed in 1939
Finally, with each edition of our biannual magazine we like to launch with a publication party – in summer it coincides with the kickoff parade for Lost in the 50s. Here’s a peek: