Dear Newly-Elected (and Re-elected) Officials, Let me be the first to congratulate you today, about 11 hours before the polls close. I’m writing now because
Friday marked my last day (for awhile) of traveling the state to visit with new and old friends and colleagues. I am delighted to report
It’s a funny feeling to be on the cusp of being the last one standing in your immediate family. And yet, here I am.
I amuse myself with the title of this post. Oh-Dark-Hundred is a military term, says the Internet, for being awake at some supposedly God-forsaken and
Here’s something I wrote last July before I retreated from retirement, getting back on the tractor, so to speak. Some of you will have no
A work trip to visit Teton Regional Land Trust in Driggs and Sagebrush Steppe Land Trust in Pocatello on Idaho’s Eastside just begs for a