view to the west
Montrose Water Forum: The Story of Eau.
Imagine Horsefly Peak as the Gaza Strip and Colona as the Land of Milk and Honey.
Ouray County has an opportunity to step into the future. If it gets over its objections to a solar farm.
A down-and-out Maine seaport gets a state-of-the-art tidal electric generating project.
Boston Common, September 11
Missing home movies inspire the blending of memory and imagination to approximate the missing celluloid truth.
Memories of Portillo…
‘It was that kind of shock-wave crack that commands your full attention… lightning had obviously found ground close by…’
Maybe 'pacing' is just a euphemism for going slow and liking it.
Why Josh Geetter’s Alps-inspired vision for skiing in the western San Juans won’t work.
Peter Shelton gets back onto the pedals with a little help from The Sexy Beast.
Some ponderings on plagiarism: Shelton steps into Colorado Republic Candidate for Governor Scott McInnis’s shoes.
Imagine you can’t see, and the high country plays a symphony.
Germany’s win of the FIFA World Cup predicted before-the-fact, after conjuring memories as a 17-year-old abroad, in Germany, during the World Cup.
Cruising the San Juan Skyway in a 630-horsepower, $280,400 Bentley.
How do grandparents get their names? asks the Dalai Gumpa in this week’s View to the West.
Enjoying Colona Hill for its big open sunsets, coyote songs, and the wild critters that walk by.
‘When you resist, when you fight back, it’s a way to heal the trauma, the depression, in a world of injustice.’
What responsibility do artists bear for their often vulnerable human subjects?
Peter Shelton wants to shake Peaceful Uprising’s Tim DeChristopher’s hand.