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November 06, 1994|CHARLES SOLOMON

WHERE THE MORNING LIGHT'S STILL BLUE Personal Essays About Idaho edited by William Studebaker and Rick Ardinger (University of Idaho Press: $15.95; 200 pp., paperback original). Idaho remains one of the most thinly populated regions in America: More than one-third of the state--20 million acres--is national forest, and these brief essays celebrate the beauty of the rivers, forests and lakes. In "Flying Among the Osprey," Gino Sky articulates the love of nature the authors share: "I call the place where I live Rhymes Creek, for that is what this place does for me--make my body rhyme in a way few places ever have." Lynn Langer Meeks offers a change of pace in "Ranching With the Wind in Sugar Loaf Valley," a comic piece about tending cattle during the harsh northern winter.

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