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Politics has been called the world’s second-oldest profession. If this is the case, then, in this country, the third is making moonshine.
When I first met her, Keeney’s highest aspiration was to move to Paris and become a Lady of the Evening, or of the Morning, for that matter.
MG #190′s Way of the Mountain, here to satisfy your poetry cravings.
Moonlight Chronicles for Mountain Gazette #189
Mountain Media from Mountain Gazette issue #189
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Located just to the north of Moab, the crumbling rock towers of Utah’s Castle Valley stand broken and forlorn, ancient guardians of time itself.
When Lito proposed skiing to Ouray from Telluride, I naturally jumped at the chance. What is a poor boy from the plains to do?
We lost one of our great American poets this past spring, Adrienne Rich.
Moonlight Chronicles for Mountain Gazette #188
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