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In Search of the Good Water, Part 2: Idaho’s quiet streams near Hemingway’s Ketchum, Idaho, resting place

Ernest Hemingway, the Nobel laureate author, at age 61 committed suicide in 1961 at his home in Ketchum, Idaho. Today, the Hemingway House hosts a writers-in-residence program, which once enrolled the writer of this story. (Images by John Maclean)

The island was home to a small band of elk during the fall week I was there as a guest writer, and in the evening, you could hear elk bugle as they ventured up the hill from the island.

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