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Me and Ed: (Remembering a man I never met but feel I knew)

by Dick Dorworth August 3, 2012 40th Anniversary Edition

By the early-’70s, I had read “Desert Solitaire” a couple of times and knew that Ed Abbey was a great writer and, in some ways, the spokesman of our times.

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Hunter Thompson

Abbey and Thompson: Tribal Relations

by M John Fayhee August 2, 2012 40th Anniversary Edition

A comparison of Edward Abbey to Hunter S. Thompson as only Fayhee could do.

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Karen Chamberlain With Mike Moore

The Gazette at, uh, 40

by George Sibley August 2, 2012 40th Anniversary Edition

Can we really say that a publication, which lived for only one decade, then pulled a Rip Van Winkle, actually rose up and lived again?

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Deep Holy Water

Swimming in Deep Holy Water – A Haitian Odyssey

by Vince Welch July 6, 2012 Features

Six classes short of receiving a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, he quit school, much to the dismay of his parents. In fact, he was bound for Haiti — to serve a nobler cause

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Wandering Sacred Shores

Wandering Sacred Shores

by Jen Jackson July 6, 2012 Features

With coffee in hand, we walked the craggy Mexico shoreline, absorbing spray at the watery intersection of moon’s playful drag and gravity’s covetous leap.

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Just Three Things to Remember

Just Three Things to Remember

by Cal Glover July 6, 2012 Features

Why do they call it golf? Because all the other four-letter words were taken.

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Climbing Guide

A Climbing Guide To The University of Wyoming

by Paula Wright June 4, 2012 Features

Students in the club also opened up the University of Wyoming campus to climbing when they noticed the features of the buildings’ sandstone façades.

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Where It Ended

Where It Ended

by Brendan Leonard June 4, 2012 Features

If I slipped and fell from this height, I thought, I would definitely die, and if that happened, everyone would think I did it on purpose.

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Jesus and Joshua Tree

Jesus and Joshua Tree, or How I Almost Became a Climber

by Charles Clayton June 4, 2012 Features

Charles reflects on his eventful trip to Joshua Tree and what led him there.

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Man Trip 1

Men Gone Wild!

by Ken Wright May 4, 2012 Features

See, there is little “plan,” per se, to the annual Men’s Trip. The idea is what’s important.

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