Monthly Archives: September 2012

Drifting the Green River

Some days my job does not suck. Today was one of those days, I thought to myself as I floated down 18 miles of the Green River in northern Utah. I was on a simple photo assignment, covering a single-fly … Continue reading

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Happy birthday Katie

It’s my wife’s birthday today. I remembered and actually have stuff done for it (that’s not always an automatic assumption…)It’s kind of funny to think that the first time I met her, we were just in our twenties with no … Continue reading

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Last of Kenton

I didn’t write this. I am glad Sheila Bright did. A few years ago I went to Kenton, Okla., just because it was the most remote outpost of Oklahoma I could think of. At the time a general store still … Continue reading

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Shorter days

The days are getting shorter.  During the high summer, we had daylight until 10 p.m. or later. That was around the June 21 solstice time. Now the days are getting shorter. It’s been tough getting used to not only the … Continue reading

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Sometimes I get the best hate mail

I’m cleaning out my work email and found this one that came in a few weeks ago.  I’m saving it for posterity. ————————————————- I am sending one last email to everybody I have ever emailed from thisaddr before I delete … Continue reading

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Inspiring future generations (or something)

I was invited by a teacher to come speak to students at Tabiona school about journalism and community newspapers. It’s a two-hour drive to Tabiona, in the middle of the week, so naturally I jumped at the chance to go. … Continue reading

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I’m baaaaack

Remembered my password. Time to resurrect this wordpress beast. Glad to be back.

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