Tag Archives: Colorado River

What We’re Reading: October

The Emerald Mile: The Epic Story of the Fastest Ride in History Through The Heart of The Grand Canyon by Kevin Fedarko review by Caroline Cook I find it hard to resist a good nonfiction adventure story, whether the place is somewhere I’ve … Continue reading

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Mindy Muehlhausen and the Practice of Photo Therapy

Mindy Muehlhausen is passionate about lots of things – people, animals, the place she lives, the changing sky – and she takes photos of all of them. But unlike many other serious photographers, she’s not a gearhead. Instead, she prefers … Continue reading

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What a difference a little rain can make!

by Marilyn Noble One summer several years ago, I spent a day kayaking on the Colorado River near Moab with John Weisheit, the Colorado Riverkeeper. It was a sunny, blue-sky day, and the Colorado was its customary greenish brown color … Continue reading

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Retracing Native Roads: Tuba City, Hopi Mesas, Keams Canyon, and Beyond . . .

by Jim Turner My first blog left off in Page, AZ, at the end of the first day of my ten-day trip updating Fran Kosik’s excellent guide book, Native Roads: The Complete Motoring Guide to the Navajo and Hopi Nations. … Continue reading

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