The IDAHO Experience!

JEFF HICKS: “The art of storytelling has been passed down through the ages since our ancient ancestors were kids.” Figures chiseled on cave walls, characters carefully written on papyrus, reams of paper with native cursive, and 100s of gigabits of digital storage are only some of the ways mankind has fulfilled their lust for telling their stories!

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Breakneck Trail: Treacherous Times in Old Idaho GROWING UP IN IDAHO

Harry Hicks tells the story of riding the Breakneck Trail along the Salmon River (The River of No Return) in the 1920s. He had to trust his horse Robin and his excellent riding skills to stay alive.  — Send in a voice message: Support this podcast:
  1. Breakneck Trail: Treacherous Times in Old Idaho
  2. Shooting Roadrunner: My First Lesson in Gun Safety
  3. Mike Hicks' Police Stories II
  4. Idaho Police Work in the 1960s
  5. Trials and Tribulations Moving to Yellow Jacket


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