Desert Notes: Eastwood’s Monkeyflower

Robin Patten Photos by Robin Patten. The alcove was shallow, though its back wall was shaded, seeping with enough moisture to support a modest hanging garden. With autumn taking hold, most of the plants had decayed into crumpled leaves and drooping stems, yet within the brown was a bit of green and a flame of … Continue reading Desert Notes: Eastwood’s Monkeyflower

The History and Types of Whitewater Dories and Inflatables

By Peter Winn I selected all but three of these images from a 2010 presentation about global whitewater boating that I made for the Grand Junction W.A.T.E.R. Club (Western Association to Enjoy Rivers).  Many of them are of flips or wraps, but in reality it's safer to float the rapids than to drive the shuttle … Continue reading The History and Types of Whitewater Dories and Inflatables