Pearl, Idaho is silent. There aren’t even enough skeletons lying about to call her a ghost town. Many drive past – unaware they missed the old town entirely. Yet the curious, still attracted to the swath of land separating the Emmett Valley from the town of Horseshoe Bend, continue to make the 12 mile trip in from Boise.
During the turn of the nineteenth century, Pearl flourished as an Idaho mining town and home to more than 1,300 residents. Today, the locals and tourists attempt to find remnants of the once thriving town that exists now only as legend of a ghost town. Continue reading What Has Become of Pearl
I watch, as you plant Iris’s down your driveway Tomorrow we celebrate the day of your Birth Granted more time for lessons and stories Unwrapped by those who come to listen Another year of your footsteps upon this Earth