First Encounters

There are two sides to every coin. While crossing the plains of eastern Colorado, I considered this cliche as I listened to Public Radio. “We’re interviewing people about the famous Plymouth Rock.  What did you think of it?” “It’s part of history and it was really cool to see it…

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Update: The Troll

The Troll is dead.  Three weeks ago, I wrote about a unique piece of art located on The Wellington Troll in Breckenridge, Colorado.  The troll was located on a walking trail near a residential area of new build town homes.  Because of its popularity, it had attracted large numbers of…

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Squeaky Snow

As I wake from bed, I stumble over to the loft and stare out the huge windows.  It is so cold that it seems even time has frozen.  The air is hushed and nothing seems to be moving in this wintry scene.  Still, it is 7 a.m. and the dogs…

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