Monthly Archives: September 2013

Our Bermuda Triangle

DURING THE FLASH FLOODING IN Colorado earlier this month, I began considering the swollen watershed in Boulder, Larimer and El Paso counties as our Bermuda Triangle. That place in the Bahamas caught my attention in the 1970s when I was … Continue reading

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Carrot Perfume

WHEN MY SON, ANDY, BIT into a freshly pulled and washed carrot, the world smelled in that moment like carrot perfume. The fragrance wafted from my five-year-old boy to me as we stood about six feet apart in a vegetable … Continue reading

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