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In early 2002, I received a large manila envelope in the mail from an address in Friday Harbor, Washington. It contained a booklet I’d ordered for my fledgling online knitting
While searching for an ancient Ute Indian trail in the White River National Forest 25+ years ago, Andrew Gulliford stumbled upon a historic sheep “driveway” and a grove of aspen
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