Tag Archives: the american west

Ancient Mysteries

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Beneath Your Feet.” The two cowboys rode southward, slowly climbing away from where the rivers came together searching for cattle in the uplands to drive them to the pens where they … Continue reading

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Rain and Rainbows in the West

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “ROY G. BIV.” I lived in the West for several years, in both Flagstaff Arizona and Moffat County Colorado.  Flagstaff is at ~7000 feet above sea level and is very dependent on … Continue reading

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Gone West

Gone West . Gone West into that fine land Beyond the horizon The land of dreams . Gone to Texas It’s skyscrapered plains Where cattle used to roam . Gone to Mountains That lick the sky Above the trees . … Continue reading

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Mountain Drive

To drive again Up into those hills Past the Rez Mission . And beyond The pavements end To look down . On dry stream beds Marked only By aspens . They have Turned yellow And grasp its edges . Waiting … Continue reading

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