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Twin Sisters of Alpine

Under the Twin Sisters, 6,116 and 6,135 ft. above sea-level is their city at 4,500 ft. above sea-level.  Originally titled Osborne, then called Murphyville, it didn’t get right until this town’s name was identified by its mountains-Alpine.  More than something … Continue reading

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1/29/2013-Big Bend and Blue Bell

In the end of January 2011 we started the year camping in Big Bend National Park.  There was no one then to cat-sit Blue Bell.  Taking him with was the only other option-the option that I always feel is the … Continue reading

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9/11/2011 Twin Towers Twin Sisters

Farmington, Maine, September 11, 2001- Was it so long ago as it seems to me? Ten years ago 9/11 reshaped the character, confidence, and the American in America.  From a Hall Mart card lyrical Alan Jackson once asked Where were … Continue reading

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4/11/2011 Spirit of Cheyenne

He aimed his truck toward that Wyoming line With a little luck he could still get there in time And in that Cheyenne wind he could still hear her say… -George Strait 1996-I can Still Make Cheyenne The altitude rises  … Continue reading

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