The Idaho Traveler
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The Idaho Traveler by Alan Minskoff
The Idaho Traveler is the result of a journey started in 1976, when Alan Minskoff traveled the state of Idaho as part of the nation's bicentennial celebration. Over two years, he visited 24 communities, held town meetings and edited two issues of Idaho Heritage magazine. Recently, he had the opportunity to get back to those places. Writing this book is both a celebration of his adopted state, its "people, places and food, "and a thank you to the hundreds of folks who have helped in his work as an editor, writer and teacher.
Minskoff explores the oft ignored treasures of small-town Idaho. From historic buildings and sites to the mom-and-pop restaurants that offer the best pie and breakfast in the Gem State. Interviews with long-time residents and newcomers alike illustrate this paean to Idaho and captures the essence of what defines Idaho's unique character.
Format: Soft Cover | Page 295 | Size: 8x6
Text and Photos: Caxton Press