Sandpoint Magazine Summer 2005 Sandpoint Magazine Summer 2005
Sandpoint Magazine

Sandpoint Magazine Summer 2005


Summer 2005 Sandpoint Magazine

  • Set in ‘Blue Heaven’: Plot unfolds in Sandpoint in new C.J. Box novel
  • Paul Rechnitzer: Just call him ‘The Accumulator’
  • He created a monster of a truck: Rhodes earns Four Wheeler Magazine honors
  • Fast dogs tops in K-9 Keg Pull: Winter Carnival event harnesses hilarity
  • Helen Williams: A woman and her trees
  • Neighbor John a musician going strong
  • Book commemorates high school’s sports and famed coach
  • Artist finds new use for old church
  • Poet of Hope a man of many hats
  • Extreme makeover: church edition, volunteers build Kingdom Hall in six days
  • Bulldogs run high school branch
  • Flat Hat Productions’ third season a charm
  • How mountain goats do winter
  • Retired fighter jet pilot writes about dawn of the Jet Age



  • Jack and Dorothy Fowler,    Schweitzer  icons

Natives & Newcomers

Real Estate

  • Capturing the luxury lifestyle  market
  • Kitchen designs for Sandpoint
  • Schweitzer's Trappers Creek
  • Conservation easements

Travel Planner


Eats & Drinks



Taking a Giant Leap
Cover story: Schweitzer Mountain Resort retires its firstborn chair and debuts two new ones in its place. Plus: Bid farewell to Chair One, and meet Shep Snow, founder of the Independence Racing Team

Changes in Sandpoint
Sandpoint is changing, and demographics paint the present and predict the future

My Friends’ Fathers
Ben Olson chronicles the lives of five men who raised his generation with striking portraits

Dann and Hazel Hall
This mother and son are bound by photographic artistry. See images by both artists

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

Artful Marriages
Two couples put their creative efforts into their art and in the fine art of marriage

Cinematic Towns
Film series, tours and a festival make for a theatrical spectacle at Panida Theater

Pioneer Voices
Collection of excerpts from a book of oral histories capturing the ‘Pioneer Voices of Priest Lake’

Pull the Hook
Sled dogs and their mushers are thriving in northern Idaho, and one team is training for Iditarod

Boots Reynolds
An excerpt from ‘Boots ‘n’ Beans,’ an art book full of beans by the celebrated cowboy cartoonist

Winter Light
Photo essay featuring four full pages of dynamic images showing the effects of cool winter light

Ice Fishing
Come winter, here’s how to beat the cold and get better fishing to boot

Scenery and Solitude
Skiers take refuge in Schweitzer's Nordic trails

All-Local Diet
One woman makes a yearlong commitment to eating an all-local diet

Virtual Sandpoint
A guide to navigating Sandpoint’s Web sites and blogs

Winter Stargazing: Last Page
When the sky is cold and black, it’s breathtaking

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Winter 2008 Volume 18, No. 1    

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