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April 2013, vol 9, no 1

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Don Miller


Eighty Minutes to the Base

it's an upward trudge through a sand-filled arroyo to the base, then the greeting – two red-tailed hawks soaring, calling to each other, "kee-eeeee-arr"

the homeward trek is a light, quick-step along the spine of a wind-smoothed, red-stone ridge

drifting on a thermal
the rise and fall
of the landscape




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