PINE, Idaho -- Trying to raise a family in such a remote place can have it's challenges, whether it's shopping, doctor's appointments or schools.
Luckily for the folks of Featherville and Pine, there is a school close by.
For generations, the children of the mountain community have been afforded the opportunity of an education. And for generations, all those lessons of reading, writing, and arithmetic have been taught in the very same building.
Brian Holmes talks with the handful of students in the Pine edition of Idaho Life. Click the play icon above to watch the story. To see it on the app, go to the video tab.