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Film Review: Why Tracks is Best Desert Film There Is.

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“Some nomads are at home everywhere.  Others are at home nowhere,  and I was one of those.”  Robyn Davidson I almost did it again. In my excitement, I was going to click “Publish” and realized I did not include a summary of the film. “If I know – certainly everyone has heard about it by […]

Laughing At Pipelines

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So many serious thoughts when it comes to pipeline business. . . Trans-Pecos Pipeline business in particular around our Big Bend Country. My previous post I shared some inspiring social media posts and videos. Here are some creative thoughts put in comic form. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. And if […]

Spectacular Saguaro Skies

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Note: Click on video if you want to pause or adjust audio. Its all about Saguaro Love. Just something about a saguaro sky is All Desert Love . . . Source: EJ Montini, The Republic | azcentral.com 11:24 a.m. MST March 17, 2015 EJ Montini, there on the left, does not hold back. Starting with […]

Desert Storms are Electrifying . . . and I love it.

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Why is the lightning so striking – even more dramatically visually striking in the desert? Maybe its the quiet nature of the desert. During the day the wildlife is in a much more subdued, rather sleepy state. All of a sudden the sun can be eclipsed with a cool rush of wind urging us to […]

There’s Burning Man in the Desert and the Art is Amazing.

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I love Instagram, because I get peaks into all these worlds, all these events that I will probably never experience firsthand. Burning Man will definitely be one of them. It is provocative and visually inspiring, but I am no “wild child” and if you read my previous post you’ll recall I personally prefer a layered […]

Big Bend Love: Trans-Pecos Pipeline Call-To-Actions

It has been an exciting summer for the Big Bend Community opposing the Trans-Pecos Pipeline Project. In my earlier post, I described the initial stages of the opposition. Tracing some of my online involvement in the campaign. The oil and gas industry is a very disheartening and intimidating one to explore. It was a blur […]

My Big Bend Love Says NO to Trans-Pecos Pipeline

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  Have you heard of the Trans-Pecos Pipeline? It is a dark cloud hovering over my world since the beginning of April 2015. If you have encountered my Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Instagram feeds – it probably has been noticeable how much it has preoccupied my mind. Really wish it wasn’t so. I would much […]

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Someone told me the other day, "The world has gone crazy and there's no escaping it . . . " Maybe its the mama-optimism in me, but I just raised my eyebrows and my heart ached a little with pity. Have they driven down our quiet, sweet desert roads . . .
Here's an article & image from WSJ about Big Bend and in particular Marfa, "cinematic landscapes that stretch unbroken to the horizon; cowboys presiding over art galleries; and sunsets that, at the smog-free altitude of nearly 5,000 feet, were the prettiest I’d ever seen. . . "
www.wsj.com/articles/a-desert-escape-to-a-renowned-texas-town-1491320057?tesla=y

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