Tag Archives: Edward Abbey

Lost Canyon Adventure

After graduating from college in California, we moved to Michigan, where my husband started law school.  The weather there is bitterly cold in winter and so hot in summer that life doesn’t seem worth living (before the days of universal … Continue reading

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Spring in Canyonlands and Green River, Utah

Last week we rented an RV and took our dogs to Utah. We love going there in the spring. But dogs are not permitted on trails in the national parks, and it’s generally too hot – or too uncomfortable – … Continue reading

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Canyonlands

Subdued Blue Subdued blue sky ponders a change from winter to new spring Ode to Edward Abbey (5) Spirit hovers over lonely canyons in dearly beloved country

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Ode to Edward Abbey (3)

Ode to Edward Abbey (3) No pomp… plenty of circumstance

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Ode to Edward Abbey (2)

Ode to Edward Abbey (2) Voice in the wilderness cries as flesh of the desert flows upstream current contained and controlled river’s life condemned incarcerate

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