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1. Tacky tours

With the recent threat of dramatically increased national park entrance fees, and with most of the targeted parks located in the West, you might think it’s time to consider a few alternative travel itineraries for your summer vacation.

By David Feela
2. The osprey has landed

My daily bicycle ritual usually takes me north of town, past the hospital to pedal along our rural county roads.

By David Feela
3. Poets Anonymous

Hello, my name is David, and I am a poet.

By David Feela
4. Hands up

It’s reading time. The students gather around their teacher, pillows and cushions supporting their tender spots, as Miss Aimee introduces the book she’ll be reading.

By David Feela
5. Our fearless reader?

A long-anticipated book release is sometimes worth the wait.

By David Feela
6. Free-ing Willy never a good idea
7. Moses and me

A notice prohibiting smoking while filling one’s gas tank has been posted at every service station since the first dispensing of fuel.

By David Feela
8. Sedimental journey

The cone-shaped formations at New Mexico’s Tent Rock National Monument stand tall, having survived an era of great upheaval.

By David Feela
9. Hedging bets

The Irish call them “The Dark Hedges,” and perhaps they once resembled hedges when James Stuart’s family first planted 150 beech trees along the avenue leading to their newly constructed Gracehill House in the 18th century.

By David Feela
10. Rank consumerism

When the telephone rang, I listened to my answering machine.

By David Feela

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