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Leslie Rego donated this snow flake quilt to the Sun Valley Ski Education Foundationís auction in 2004. Photo by David Wheelock
Quilt by Leslie Rego ó Photo by David Wheelock 


features

Valley view by Dana DuGan
One of the valley's premier extracurricular activities, with wine

Ghosts in our woods by Gregory Foley
Revealing the legend of the wolverine

Memories of magical Sun Valley
by Don Nielson  A kid from Pocatello infiltrates the resort in the '50s

Valley interview by Rebecca Meany
Hillard Hicks recounts the 1938 Triumph mine avalanche


arts

Raku revealed

Quilting pioneers by Betsy Andrews
An art of craft, quilting blooms in the 21st century

Idaho's First Lady of culture by Pat Murphy
How Glenn Janss created the Sun Valley Center for the Arts


living

Giving for life

Serious about solar by Tony Evans
The Wood River Valley wakes up to the power of the sun

Small is beautiful by Megan Thomas
Discover how living small resonates with grandeur


recreation

Kiteboarding kicks

The other country by Matt Furber
It's the survival of the educated in Idaho's backcountry

Carry me home by Greg Moore
Sun Valley's early chairlifts keep on chugging


dining

Omlette delights

Dining at the trail's end by David Harrison
Discovering delicious dishes in remote retreats

Coffee creates a buzz in the valley
by Michael Ames    Revel in high octane mornings


calendar

Winter 2006
Whatís going on this fall in the Wood River Valley


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Galleries
Dining
Fitness
Lodging
Equipment
Outfitters


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