Tag Archives: ” Pulitzer Prize

Killing the Goose That Laid the Golden Egg

Take a rugged, tundra-like landscape greened up with lichen and moss. Lean into the wind. Brace yourself against the gale that blows over an island clad in mist and surrounded by raging seas. Add some geysers, rivers, waterfalls, glaciers and volcanos. Don’t forget … Continue reading

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Truthfulness in Politicking

Autumn is running late this year. The days continue Indian-Summer-mild with Waterford crystal mornings and brilliant sunny afternoons. But I’ve lived here long enough to be cautious. Last year on September 30th, I took the featured image at the top of this … Continue reading

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Back Road Ramble

With the setting sun in our rearview mirror, we thought that we would take the roads less travelled as we headed east from Colorado to a Renaissance-themed wedding in Ashville, North Carolina. Route 64 worked for us. Route 64 is two-lane; occasionally, … Continue reading

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