Monthly Archives: June 2018

Charlie Mason 1944 -2018

Yesterday we attended a memorial for our old friend Charlie Mason in North San Juan. It was not a sad occasion, as we were reunited with many faces from many paths that led to this time and place to celebrate … Continue reading

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Enough Politics, Let’s Go To The River…

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Tom Coleman

Just a few days ago, former National Hotel owner Tom Coleman was named Grand Marshal of this year’s July 4th parade. Today, he is gone. Many of us who frequented the National and considered Tom a friend thought that it … Continue reading

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The Fire Down Below

Every day, the hate thermometer moves up another few degrees. And of course, it’s always the other side’s fault. There is no reconciliation, only blame. The Trumpists (they can no longer lay claim to the Republican label) are determined to … Continue reading

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Blinded By The Lights

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Winnie The Pootin

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Police Lineup

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Above The Fruited Plain

I find it very annoying that you can grow citrus fruit thirty miles down the hill but not up here in the boonies above 2000 feet. Call it plant envy, but if there’s an upside to a warming climate, it’s … Continue reading

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The New Equality

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