Sunday, May 24, 2020

Moab, UT

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    Adrien's Many Trails

    Adrien’s Many Trails – Oct. 3, 2019

    Walking, waulking. I’ve done both, Ninety-nine percent of humankind over the age of about one year walks around after a fashion including my great-grandson Desmond, who utilizes one leg on the floor to scoot around for his...

    Adrien’s Many Trails: Sept. 26, 2019

    For many years now I’ve lived next door to Moab’s two creeks, Mill Creek and Pack Creek. In fact the two come together on a corner of what used to be my property, but is now Zane...

    Adrien’s Many Trails: Aug. 29, 2019

    Republican. Democrat. Republicrat. Demonstrative. Names of political parties. Nouns, verbs, adverbs, subjects, objects. We use them all in our everyday speech and writing, and don’t give them a second thought. That’s how I am now, and how...

    Adrien’s Many Trails

    Mine is a house full of remnants of many decades of living here in our little green valley. I challenge readers to open their junk drawers, tool boxes, tackle boxes and picnic baskets, and there in the...

    Adrien’s Many Trails, Aug. 15, 2019

    We are so blessed with so many of God’s gifts hugging us in this little green valley. Years ago (more than 60 of them), my family arrived here, and except for college I’ve been here ever since,...

    Adrien’s Many Trails – Aug. 8, 2019

    I took quite a long vacation from writing a column. Friends and family finally got to me about my dereliction, so I’m back at it, and thoroughly enjoying writing, when I can finally get to it.

    Adrien’s Many Trails – Aug. 1, 2019

    I had been musing over the weekend over what to write about, and had settled on a subject when the news came Monday of Norma Matheson’s death, and that changed my mind. I had come to the...

    Adrien’s Many Trails – July 25, 2019

    ANTS: We’ve got them. We’ve ALL got ‘em this time of year. I can understand them wanting to get into a warm house in winter, but as hot as it is outside, I can’t imagine it bothers...

    Adrien’s Many Trails – July 11, 2019

    Roses. The queen of flowering plants in this part of the world, at least by my estimation. We moved around so much when I was a child, that I have no memory of, nor interest in them...

    Adrien’s Many Trails – July 4, 2019

    In the piano bench, among sheets of music and other memorabilia, is an old family picture of Siss and Bish (Pearl and L.L., or Nana and Granddad), where Tom is a babe in arms, and others of...
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