Shimmering Sun Valley - Gallagher's Travels
by Terry Conway Ernest Hemingway rarely wrote about Idaho. With good reason, as it was his autumn refuge for more than two decades. Mornings found him at his Royal typewriter pounding out those short, rhythmic sentences. He hunted or fished in the afternoon. One of Hemingway’s sweetest spots was Silver Creek. A clear, spring-fed stream, … Shimmering Sun Valley Read More »