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the Badlands …

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It’s 4 degrees and snowing where I am. Hence a needed break … my favorite image of Badlands National Park.


there’s always hope …

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… in western Colorado along Route 789.


‘You’re not in Kansas anymore …’

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Mailboxes along Route 305 north of Austin, Nevada …


rays of hope …

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… in Green River, Utah.


dune …

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… on Route 95 north of Winnemucca, Nevada.


home, home on the range …

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… even a nondescript vista of the West can be mesmerizing.


experimental?

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… at Table Rock, Wyoming.


messages …

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… along I-80 in Table Rock, Wyoming.


a lookout …

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… in Table Rock, Wyoming.


the monolith …

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… housing the theater in my university’s center for the arts.


grafitti …

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… along I-80 east of Winnemucca, Nevada.


outpost …

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… along Route 93 in northeastern Nevada at a former Pony Express station.


storm …

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… over Mount Monadnock in southwestern New Hampshire.


rising …

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… over Mount Monadnock in southwestern New Hampshire.


collision …

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… in the sky above I-80 in southern Wyoming. From my 2015 trip, re-edited.


color lives …

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… in Badlands National Park in South Dakota.


care for a stroll …

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… through the Badlands?


long gone …

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… along Route 305 north of Austin, Nevada.

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tough terrain …

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… in Badlands National Park. For scale, note the two people near left edge of image.


weathered …

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… off Route 305 north of Austin, Nevada.


Kara’s cabin …

 

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In 1992, I slept beside this abandoned cabin along Route 305 north of Austin, Nevada. I remembered it. It became a pivotal scene for Kara, the female protagonist in “mapping Utah,” my first novel. I revisited the cabin this summer.

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