Between the covers of all vintage magazine collections, there lies historical perspective, fond memories, and old pieces of squished lunchmeat turned to jerky. Start a meat-curing collection with the help of today's Groupon: for $15, you get a one-year subscription to Idaho magazine (a $31.75 value).
Get your page-turning finger licked and ready for an editorial exploration of Idaho's history, landscape, architecture, geology, outdoor recreation, and more. Created by and for Idahoans, Idaho magazine shares the stories of the state one month at a time. June's issue featured the first installment of a thoughtful two-part recollection of late wordsmith and conservationist Ted Trueblood, an excerpt from F. Willard Robinson's book Hit the Silk!: How a Boise Native Helped to Save George Bush, Sr., In World War II, and lots of handsome high-end ink. Check the archive to see more past stories.
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