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Monthly Archives: November 2014

Calf Creek

Serendipity:  making a pleasant discovery by accident.  That defines Calf Creek for me. While taking the very scenic Utah state highway 12 from Torrey to Bryce Canyon, in the midst of so much wonderful high desert scenery appeared a sign, “Calf Creek  Recreation Area.”  Now, as you know, any sign with the word “creek” in … Continue reading »

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Scotch Creek Was Not Stingy to Us

Telluride, Colorado, is one of those gritty, western mining towns cum tony ski mecca, like Crested Butte, Vail, Park City, and others.  Situated in a box canyon in the San Juan mountains, the town was founded in 1878. When the mines played out, many of these communities devolved to virtual ghost towns, a small resident … Continue reading »

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