Six summers ago, my wife and I traveled to southern Utah, drawn by the slickrock and by die power of landscapes with fabled names: We wanted to get to know desert, to learn some of its language. [...] we walked, covering trails, absorbing heat, craving waters, and painting ourselves with the red dust of Navajo sandstone. Since that night, I have had a share of close-enough encounters with death.
Thick and Thin Gregory Morris River Teeth; Spring 2010; 11, 2; Docstoc pg. 23 Reproduced with permission
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