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Author Archives: Bennett Minton
What have I learned in 60 years? Take little for granted, other than that I will (likely) return home from a bike ride. At dawn I took my customary solstice/birthday pilgrimage to the Lincoln Memorial and faced the Washington Monument, … Continue reading
Thoughts on Yosemite, from bikerben58.wordpress.com: The vision of Abraham Lincoln and John Muir
Virginia’s legislative attempt to address gerrymandering came to its expected futile end May 18 when Democratic Governor Ralph Northam vetoed a bill that would have made minor changes in the criteria the (for now) GOP-controlled General Assembly must use to … Continue reading
Reflections on a short trip to the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
. . . where a piece of the Trump administration’s environmental agenda is playing out, and where hordes of Americans (and foreigners) can’t get enough of the West. Fiery Furnace is a mind game
Linked from my other site: Ruminations on Rambling: Glimpes of genius in the Permian Basin