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    Getting stoked for the 19th annual Winter Games of Idaho
      Not only do competitors get to show off their skills at the 19th annual Winter Games of Idaho this year, winners get to take home a gold medal; two excellent reasons to get into the games which include 19 events at nine venues.
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    Outdoorsy dreams for 2008
      A good part of this issue is dedicated to reviewing the events be they political, theatrical or musical that passed this year. Sure, we could take a moment to recap what happened in the rec world in 2007, but why live in the past? Who cares how many camping trips were thwarted by fires last season ... that just means double time on the tent time this summer. And so what if Boise Mayor Dave Bieter promised river rats a whitewater park ... what matters is whether there'll be play spots come spring. With visions of a year full of good powder, hard riding and sweet waves in mind, here's what we're hoping 2008 has in store for rec nerds of all types.
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