Sandpoint Magazine Summer 2005 Sandpoint Magazine Summer 2005
Sandpoint Magazine

Sandpoint Magazine Summer 2005

Summer 2005 Sandpoint Magazine

  • Internet radio broadcasts the Panhandle
  • Prepare for landing: Air service soars into Sandpoint
  • Discovery Center takes shape
  • Back in bowlin' shoes again: Lanes reopen
  • Town Square a new gathering center
  • Fat tire thrills and spills: NORBA returns to Schweitzer
  • Upholstery: It's a fine art thing
  • Are we in Soccer Town, USA?
  • Delirious Duck: Aaaaall aboard!

Gary Norton
Silverwood Theme Park founder and owner.

Real Estate
Two lakeshore developments on Pend Oreille - Dover Bay and Seasons at Sandpoint; and The other waterfront, from lakes to rivers to sloughs.

Plus: Local Marketwatch

Travel Planner
Special section with guides to lodging, dining, attractions and more

Wilder Walks
Building on last summer's "Wild Walks" cover story, author Dennis Nicholls spent seven months hiking the Selkirks and tells tales of high-mountain lakes, lookouts and one big grizzly bear.

Plus: The Selkirks' newest hike - Mickinnick Trail;
The Selkirks' newest hiking book - Trails of the Wild Selkirks; Summertime at Schweitzer, a Selkirks hot spot; and Three Great Hikes in the American Selkirks

Panida So Grand
The historic theater grows its space and, at the same time, its vision for the future by producing its own live play, Charlie Brown
Plus: Panida Theater history short takes

No. 1 Handicap Holes
Sandy Compton offers analysis and tips for playing the toughest holes at six area golf courses.
Plus: Directions to the courses

In the printed magazine, you’ll also find these features:

Fish, Fact and Fiction
An ichthyology seminar with Patrick F. McManus and Boots Reynolds, the "mouths" of the Clark Fork River

Geocaching catches on in northern Idaho:
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Summer 2004 Volume 14, No. 2

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