Idaho State players Austin Kilpatrick and David Schroeder address the media after ISU’s 70-60 win over Northern Colorado
Me running the 800 at BSU in the rain.
Kings 3rd goal by Sean O’Connor
Game highlights of Steelheads 5 – 2 win
Football highlights, Trevor Medley, Salmon River, 2007
Game Highlights from A Channel
Sheet music available at truepianotranscriptions.com The Salmon River is located in Idaho in the northwestern United States. The Salmon is also known as The River of No Return. This beautiful piano piece is the second track of Windham Hill’s Piano Sampler II.
Steelheads 4th goal by Dan Welch
Ibis came to Salmon Idaho Cyclery on August 3rd 2010. A posse of Salmon riders led by Max took the Mojo SLs and Mojo HDs up to the Powderhouse Gulch Trail for a few shuttle runs. This video is of the first run.
Europe is home to more than 700 million people, most of them city dwellers. Much of its wildlife has suffered as a result, but efforts are underway to protect and reintroduce some species. Others have exploited new opportunities offered by man-made environments. In Rome, the first metropolis on the continent, winter tourists watch swirling clouds of starlings flocking over the city. Buildings and structures have replaced caves and cliffs as preferred perches and nest sites for some birds, including kestrels and white storks. On a nearby landfill site, griffon vultures and red foxes forage and scavenge food. Wildlife and people are coming into contact more often. Joggers in the woods around Budapest often encounter wild boars, while farmers in the Carpathian Mountains live alongside Europe’s biggest populations of bear, wolf and lynx. These predators were hunted to extinction in Western Europe, but are now returning, aided by green corridors such as the European Green Belt and wildlife-friendly development. Beavers have also returned in large numbers due to protection and the clean-up of Europe’s polluted rivers. A chemical spill in the 1960s killed all the fish in the Rhine, but now there is a project to reintroduce Atlantic salmon to the river. There are, however, new dangers. Invasive species such as Chinese mitten crabs, Asian long-horned beetles and Japanese knotweed threaten the native flora and fauna. Climate change could also have a dramatic effect on the continent …