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Yellowstone during the pandemic: Reliably magnificent

We arrived at the Old Faithful Lodge 10 minutes too early. As the front desk scrambled June 8 to open for Yellowstone National Park’s 2020 summer season, the list of predictable geyser eruptions wasn’t quite ready.

New campsites available on Priest Lake

The Priest Lake Ranger District of the Idaho Panhandle National Forests has new reservation options on Bartoo and Kalispell Island Campsites on Priest Lake.

Ammi Midstokke: Snow camping with little humans

My first introduction to snow camping with my kid was an accident. I had bribed her with the enticement of an alpine lake (“We can fish for our dinner!”), only to discover that lake was still frozen over. “Oh no!” she wailed. “We can’t camp here!”

Couple living in former homeless camp find a home – and hope

Twenty-somethings Alexes Wilson and Donaven Farris see potential in the vacant Spokane Valley mobile home they see as a pathway out of homelessness. Just a few months ago the city broke up a homeless camp near Latah Creek they were living in. They are now making plans for their future that they believe is brighter.

Camping out with Brandi

What's it like to camp out at Gorge Ampitheatre? We attended the Brandi Carlile concert and found out