Miracles do happen. After almost a month of being locked out of my personal Facebook account, Speaking of Idaho, Friends of Idaho State Parks, and Writers at Harriman because of a malicious hack, I’m back. I’m not sure what did the trick. I’ve been poking at Facebook ever since the day it happened, trying to communicate with an actual person instead of a bot. Perhaps one of those got through, and someone lifted the lock. Law enforcement told me that I’d never get the account back. I’ll be restarting my Speaking of Idaho feed on May 1. Thanks for bearing with me these past few weeks.
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Rick Just has been writing about Idaho history since 1989 when he wrote and recorded scripts for the Idaho Centennial Commission’s daily radio program, Idaho Snapshots. His latest book on Idaho history is Images of America, Idaho State Parks. Rick also writes a regular column for the Idaho Press.
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The audio link below is to Rick's Story Story Night set called "Someplace Not Firth"