Category Archives: National Park Service

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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Bringing Dyea Back to Life!!!

The Yukon Gold Rush Comes Alive! One hundred and nineteen years ago Dyea, Alaska was a thriving goldrush outpost to the Yukon with 5,000-8,000 people. Most of us have seen old photos of  100K (Some say that only 50K made it!)) … Continue reading

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