Monthly Archives: November 2016

Day Six. Heading home.

Relatively short drive of 400 miles. Ended up in a very cold Richfield, Utah. I find the small brick houses of Cedar City, St. George, and Richfield infinitely unique and inspiring. Nature incredibly entertained us, however, with her beauty. We … Continue reading

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Fifth-day: Grandsons

Kai and Logan are fifteen years old now. As old as most of my students. And like my students, they are on phones or video games all the time! They are absolutely delightful, tho’. And growing up so quickly! Tristan, … Continue reading

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Day, the Fourth

In which we choose a realtor, view four houses, and dash up to Denver in a snow storm! Great house, but we noticed a listing to the east, as there is a crack in the foundation. This house had a … Continue reading

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Day Three: Getting to know the Hoods.

Shoe  shine stand inside Historic Bank Building, Main Street, Pueblo. Lovely bench, carved and upholstered. Some other interesting features… That was all Main Street. Beautiful houses. I want them all! City park with Craftsman Bungalows all around it. I like … Continue reading

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Day Two. Pueblo, CO.

Always something when I go through New Mexico! Either a train wreck with box cars shooting everywhere or, like today, a gigantic car fire on the I-25. What I’d like to understand better is why two Tribal cars got there … Continue reading

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Standing On a Corner in Winslow, Arizona…Day One

Dogs on a Road trip. This is Seligman, Arizona, where we stopped to feed and water all of us. Long trip, today, 10 hours of driving! We left Camarillo at 0600 and finally got to Winslow at 6pm. Song for … Continue reading

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Song of the Open Road…because.

AFOOT and light-hearted, I take to the open road, Healthy, free, the world before me, The long brown path before me, leading wherever I choose. Henceforth I ask not good-fortune—I myself am good fortune; Henceforth I whimper no more, postpone … Continue reading

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