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2011 

I must be getting soft In and out of air conditioning for most of the day except for a period beside the Great Salt Lake at the Lee-Kay Center (described as the"finest outdoor range complex in the state but not publicized by DWR"). I have to agree, well laid out, precisely conducted and a heap o...
08/31/2011
                                      Rewards for long hot days Summer days can be long, hot and mostly dry. We are only weeks away from the equinox as day and night get equal mention. Summer can produce lethargy with its high temperature tedium. "Another hot one, mate". Each day ends with some r...
08/30/2011
                          My chair and its relatives Hey! I've got "new" wheels. My chair is a reborn wonder from CReATE (Citizens Reutilizing Assistive Technology Equipment), a part of Utah State University (at 1595 W 500 S, Salt Lake City UT). Ken and Zachary made it happen. Their patience, de...
08/29/2011
                                  Add a bit of country Shopping is not my thing. Hunt it bag it, and on my way. Occasionally a little serendipity creeps into my life. I have been looking to update my firearms for skeet, target and hunting for some time. Out of the blue appears a C_A_L  Ranch Sto...
08/29/2011
No news is good news We here in the Intermountain West are happy to pass the mantle of seismic news reports to other parts of the country. After yesterday's occurrence, citizens of the east may have developed a new understanding, or awareness, of seismic activity, the movement of the earth at un...
08/24/2011
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Simple lessons I believe in me as a sphere of influence. (Just one of my affirmations). I am whom I think I am. Yesterday, as a client of a University organization, during a wait for the appearance of my refurbished power chair,(its had a rather rugged five years) I was asked about my life in th...
08/17/2011
    The last great adventure If you had a family addition when I came to Utah to join my wife of nearly two years, they would now be in school. Life passes so quickly when every day is an adventure in this Land of Opportunity. Remember I see this Country through the eyes of a foreigner. Christie...
08/16/2011
Watching my fractions Since my early years, fractions have been a part of my everyday life. 5/7 A good starting point (where I was at on coming to the US five years ago). Work for five days and producing enough to enjoy my leisure time. 6/7 With economic changes, more work needed to produce the ...
08/15/2011
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                                  A change of pace Yesterday I got to take my wife for her afternoon/evening appointment in Orem UT, a 30 mile trip south over The Point of the Mountain into Utah County. For Utah County read "roadworks". Miles and miles of roadworks on the I15 making right truth ...
08/12/2011
From minors to micros Just another week in the Intermountain West with its moving and shaking. This has been a relatively quiet week for seismic events. Thirty three events is below the weekly average, although two of the events registered above 3.0 (One of these was a 3.1 event described as a m...
08/04/2011
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