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Where in the World is Smokey?

Smokey Hikes the Trails of Idaho

Laurel Davidson is the daughter of P. Michael Davidson, professor of food microbiology and head of the Department of Food Science and Technology at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and Linda Davidson, vice chancellor for development and alumni affairs for the University of Tennessee.

“This picture of Smokey was taken at one of the entrances to the Boise National Forest outside Boise, Idaho, in April 2009,” Davidson said.

“I’ve lived in Boise for five years,” she added. “This picture was taken on the way to Bogus Basin, a favorite local ski area which is 16 miles outside and (at the summit) more than 4,000 feet above downtown Boise. During the spring and summer months, the Bogus Basin area and the Boise National Forest are home to many of my favorite hiking and dog-walking trails. I often enjoy taking my dog, Phoebe, who is also a big fan of Smokey.”

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