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Ten Things I learned while hiking the Inca Trail

1- It’s good to have a guide: Someone who has hiked the trail before. Someone who knows when to lead and when to bring up the rear. Someone who can rub a little Inka medicine in your hands and with … Continue reading

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Young Heber Valley Artists

  I had the great pleasure of presenting and visiting with some young artists at the Wasatch County Library in Heber last Thursday Evening. I was greeted by Sally Baird who made me feel welcome and got everything set up … Continue reading

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Engaging the Elusive Illustrator

“Hard to comprehend or define, hard to isolate or identify <a haunting aroma>” Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary A haunting aroma of turpennoid, frozen oil paints in a kitchen freezer, dried watercolors, kneaded erasers and pencil shavings; that might be the … Continue reading

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