Stone Stacking – Spiritually Art or Criminal Mischief?

This year I've read several different posts and articles about artful rock stacking, the most recent showed up in my news feed a week or so ago. This seems to be a hugely sensitive topic, bringing out strong emotional responses from people. Most lamented about how terrible, destructive, and sometimes criminal this practice is and …

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Arrived! (day 4)

It's the final leg now, Grand Junction  to Colorado Springs. The highway winding up and through the mountains following the rivers, first the Colorado river, then the Eagle river, then Gore Creek.  the country side and mountain are gorgeous. Small alpine communities  sprinkled through the mountains. Ski lifts dot the mountain sides, running along the …

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Sampling National Parks (day 2 & 3)

Driving to Colorado provides for the opportunity to check out some places along the way. Our fluid schedule had some time built in to "stop and smell the roses" a bit and Zion National Park was first on the list of roses to smell. The Zion National Park is simply an amazing place. If you haven't …

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A true and fictum history of S’more

How history wasn’t really made. Back in the very early 1900’s (some believe it was either 1897 or 1901 but no one is really sure), a small group of misdirected entrepreneurs were down and out on their luck. Samuel Moore (a little known corporate motivator at the time) invited Milton Hershey, Sylvester Graham, and a …

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