Monthly Archives: April 2017

Folding Space in the Land of the Pueblos

Memories and the Worm Hole Back in Time. In the 1970’s I spent several weeks out West attempting to discover every Anasazi (The term is no longer used.) settlement I could find that was listed on a Native American map … Continue reading

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Daddy, where does Wind come from?

From Tom’s Dashboard: Heading West from Lake El Reno OK towards Santa Fe NM This stretch of the trip was just a necessary drive to get us to New Mexico, Arizona and Utah, but we always find interesting stuff along … Continue reading

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Throw away that Eraser Before its TOO Late!

The Cowboy Temple of Oklahoma City. For years I have mumbled that I wish that I could erase Kansas. It would make the journey to Colorado so much easier. (Tom likes the Flint Hills.) I am sure that the people … Continue reading

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