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In Memory of Gail Larrick

Posted by admin on April 26, 2013 in Musings, Travel |

The red in the rocks to the north of where we stood bled like rusty paint into the juniper-piƱon green. To the south and west, the chalky white buttes and ridges jutted and alternately reminded me of the ends of white spuds and crumbling teeth from a shark’s jaw fossil. The streets in the little […]

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On the Road to Capitol Reef

Posted by admin on August 2, 2012 in Travel |

The first time I traveled through Utah was in the summer of 1962 with a busload of Junior Classical League kids from Arizona on our way to a convention in Bozeman, Montana. Back then, there was no Interstate 15 severing the heart of Utah from north to south; just US Highway 89 which snaked from […]

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