Stories tagged: column - outpeople
SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1998
King Of The Cascades A Legend
Does Fred Beckey have a little black book listing unclimbed first ascents? Photo by Rich Landers/The Spokesman-Review
SUNDAY, FEB. 8, 1998
The Wild Is His Thing Will Steger’s Passion Unsatisfied
1. Cecil Hulbert caught a 36.5-pound rainbow in Garfield Bay in 1959. 2. Will Steger, arctic explorer.
SUNDAY, JAN. 18, 1998
Reality Check Stunt Skier Micah Black Shares Insights, Dangers
Micah Black, extreme skier. Photo by Buzzy Masachi
SUNDAY, NOV. 2, 1997
New Boss For Idaho Wildlife Bureau
Steve Huffaker, chief of fisheries in Idaho for the past eight years, took over as Wildlife Bureau chief when Tom Reinecker retired earlier this fall. Huffaker studied fisheries and wildlife …
SUNDAY, SEPT. 14, 1997
His Hikes Often Turn Into Books
1. Bill Schneider on Electric Pass in Yellowstone National Park. 2. (photo of covers of 2 of Bill Schneider’s guidebooks)
SUNDAY, SEPT. 7, 1997
A Deep Passion For Fishing Bites Guide At Very Early Age
Casey Malepsy fishes for king salmon on Alaska’s Kenai River. Photo by Associated Press
SUNDAY, JUNE 29, 1997
Couple Wanders In Search Of Birds
Donna Patton and Roy Woodall enjoy their adventures around the world.
SUNDAY, JUNE 15, 1997
Wheelchair No Handicap For This Outdoorsman
Rick Villalobos was honored by the NRA. Photo by Shawn Jacobson/The Spokesman-Review
SUNDAY, MAY 25, 1997
Fifth Grader Scales Kilimanjaro Tallest Peak In Africa; Masai Spear ‘Really Cool’
1. Brenton Johnson, his dad and two guides at the top of Africa. 2. Brenton with new friend, a Masai camel herder.
SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 1997
‘Burgess Book Of Lies’ Great Reading - Honest!
SUNDAY, MARCH 30, 1997
Busy Pair Ski, ‘Board At 39 Winter Resorts
Gavin Ehringer enjoys a day at the office, which this day happens to be Grand Targhee, Wyo.
SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1997
She Keeps Outdoor Gear In Stitches
Penny Schwyn can get your outdoor gear in gear. Photo by Rich Landers/The Spokesman-Review
SUNDAY, FEB. 2, 1997
Area Gun Clubs Work To Attract Young Shooters
Free shot shells help lure juniors to the Sprague Gun Club. Photo by Rich Landers/The Spokesman-Review
SUNDAY, JAN. 12, 1997
Company Hauls People To Rainier
New service shuttles funseekers to Mount Rainier.
SUNDAY, DEC. 29, 1996
Pioneering Biologist Ending 32 Years At Blm
Lou Jurs at BLM’s Twin Lakes property in Lincoln County.
SUNDAY, DEC. 22, 1996
Easy Does It: Little Spokane Guide
1. Easy 2. (Photo of book cover: “Critters of The Little Spokane Watershed”)
SUNDAY, DEC. 15, 1996
Idaho Kayakers Find Adventure, Romance
Nancy Metz and Terry Pritchard run Sea Kayak Adventures out of Coeur d’Alene.
SUNDAY, NOV. 17, 1996
Oregon Trapshooter Named To Hall
SUNDAY, NOV. 10, 1996
Conservationist’s Writings Flow Like A River
SUNDAY, OCT. 27, 1996
Cheney Man 19th At Bass Championship
Lloyd Campbell caught more than 5 tons of squawfish this summer.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20, 1996
Watch Out For Nosebleed If He’s Shooting Near You
Taylor reloads a .50 caliber casing.
SUNDAY, OCT. 13, 1996
Program Explores Facts And Myths About Wolves
Pat Tucker and Bruce Weide will bring Koani, a grey wolf, to North Idaho this week. Also pictured is Indy, the family dog and Koani’s playmate.
SUNDAY, OCT. 6, 1996
Knifemaker Always Caught Knapping
SUNDAY, SEPT. 29, 1996
Carry Safety Along With Survival Sling
Eric Erickson with Survival Sling
SUNDAY, SEPT. 8, 1996
Bud Lilly: A Legend Among Fly Fishermen
1. Bud Lilly fishes a channel on the Madison River near his home in Three Forks, Mont. Photo by Associated Press 2. Lilly
SUNDAY, SEPT. 1, 1996
Lightening The Pack Makes Hike More Fun
(photo of cover of book, “The PCT Hiker’s Handbook”)
SUNDAY, AUG. 11, 1996
One Person Really Can Make A Difference
Jack O’Brien pauses on South Chilco Mountain. Photo by Rich Landers/The Spokesman-Review
SUNDAY, AUG. 4, 1996
‘Bird Boy’ Lives Life Helping Wild Animals
Dave Siddon and friend share a quiet moment.
SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1996
Idaho Outfitters Certify Rock Climber
SUNDAY, JULY 21, 1996
Nothing Fishy About The Lure Of These Experts
1. Roland Martin 2. Hank Parker