Out here on the Information Cowpath

Column by Hal Walter Communications – March 1996 – Colorado Central Magazine I was dragged kicking and screaming into the cyber age by magazine editors who wished me to deliver my articles to their e-mail addresses (among them, I hate to say, the honchos at this very publication).

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A Naturalist’s Notebook, by F.A. Kruger and C.A. Meany

Review by Ed Quillen Colorado natural history – March 1996 – Colorado Central Magazine Explore Colorado: A Naturalist’s Notebook by Frances Alley Kruger and Carron A. Meany photography by John Fielder Published in 1995 by Denver Museum of Natural History and Westcliffe Publishers ISBN 1-56579-124-X

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Beyond the Far Ridge, by Edward M. McGough

Review by Ed Quillen Rural Life – March 1996 – Colorado Central Magazine Beyond the Far Ridge – Pioneering in the Rocky Mountain High Country by Edward M. McGough Illustrations by Victoria Bales Published in 1992 by High Plains Press ISBN 0-931271-15-0

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Owning the land doesn’t mean you own the water

Sidebar by Ed Quillen Water – March 1996 – Colorado Central Magazine If you buy rural land, Colorado law won’t let you just drill a well and go about installing a shower and a garden. The water you use, even though it is pumped up from land you own, might be water that belongs to […]

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What to do when the well goes dry

Article by Rayna Bailey Water – March 1996 – Colorado Central Magazine Dave Knight, owner of Young’s Drilling, peered into the six-inch-wide opening of our well, pushed his red baseball cap farther back on his head and pointed toward a patch of dirt about five feet away. “Toss your checkbook over there,” he said, “and […]

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Say good-bye to good jobs if the rails go

Letter from Daniel Jennings Transportation – March 1996 – Colorado Central Magazine Dear Editor: As a resident of Central Colorado and the town of Fairplay, up here in the South Park where we lost our last railroad about sixty years ago, I read your article about a “rail trail” in the Arkansas Valley and became […]

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Fentons throw lots of pots in Saguache

Article by Marcia Darnell Local artists – March 1996 – Colorado Central Magazine To most of us, the idea of a family throwing pots produces visions of screaming, fighting, and broken dishes. To the Fentons, it’s a vocation.

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Two Years and Counting

Essay by Ed Quillen Colorado Central – March 1996 – Colorado Central Magazin Two years we’ve been at this, and it would be pleasant to announce that Colorado Central is progressing in accord with the business plan that our high-powered start-up consultant prepared in 1993.

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Racers venture to Arizona

Brief by Central Staff Pack-burro racing РMarch 1996 РColorado Central Magazine Central Colorado may be the birthplace and spiritual center of the sport of pack-burro racing, but the southeastern Arizona town of Safford may soon be leading the way when it comes to staging one of these ærobic rodeos.

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