Here’s Pierre, taking stock of his life.
There’s some predictability when it comes to the West’s watering holes and the all-too-human habit of using them.
Poetry submissions from Mountain Gazette readers.
This war needs a little less armored obstinacy and a little more ranch hand ingenuity and horse sense.
The American soldiers couldn’t have so guessed then, but their thirst triggered a sequence of events that led to an iconic beer-drinking song that went round the world.
I’m walking down a street in a town long dead to me.
My photographer buddy Norb and I were so beat-up and shell-shocked from the trip that we could scarcely stand straight. And we were thirsty.
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