Monthly Archives: March 2016

Finding Love in Recycled Books

I’m thrilled when I come across an Independent bookstore, so finding Front Street Books in Alpine Texas was a joyful moment. The front window drew me in. I can’t resist a cowboy, but seeing a golden cowboy… chair tipped back… … Continue reading

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Digging It in Big Bend

I don’t know where to start. I can hardly wait to return to Big Bend, Texas. Lt. Marine, Chandler, in charge of the 1852 U.S. and Mexican Boundary Commission, captured it perfectly when he wrote: No description can give an … Continue reading

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Into My Study for an Archeological Dig

How dry I am. As much as I my lizard brain craves hot rocks and warmer days, I know that Southern Colorado needs snow and lots of it. Looking at the sere landscape, I feel thirsty. My mouth is dry … Continue reading

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