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1. My two cents

Our South American neighbors who live within a 125-mile strip of exposure along the heartlands of Argentina and Chile had the chance this summer to witness a total solar eclipse.

By David Feela
2. Things that go beep

It happened a week ago, around midnight. I was dreaming of fireworks amid a civil defense siren that kept repeating what sounded like a Cold War era warning: The Russians are coming!

By David Feela
3. Rosebud

The 1952 movie “Viva Zapata” starring Marlon Brando portrayed an account of Mexican revolutionary Emiliano Zapata. One of my favorite novelists, John Steinbeck, wrote the screenplay.

By David Feela
4. Solar mirage

While my neighbors were absent, I kept an eye on their house to make sure things stayed safe.

By David Feela
5. Wreck-creation

Prompted by pure nostalgia, I pulled in for a closer look at the abandoned M&M Truck Stop south of Cortez.

By David Feela
6. The old heave-ho

Generally speaking, a frost heave is prompted by freezing conditions. It has nothing to do with vomit. Moisture penetrates the soil and as the ice expands, the ground swells.

By David Feela
7. The ring of truth

The gemstone glittered like a handheld star, its opal on fire with a radiance pulsing from within. I found a box to fit such a tiny present, and I’d even sliced a piece of foam rubber with my pocket knife to fit the box, so the ring would perch inside it just like a professional jeweler might have had it displayed in the store, all this without a jeweler’s price tag.

By David Feela
8. Groping for memories

Sexual assault disorder (SAD) is not exclusively a man thing

By David Feela
9. Have a GFF holiday

Any day now, I’ll walk into a shop where a “gluten free” sign hangs on the wall. Striding up to the counter, pointing toward the sign, I’ll ask for a free bag of gluten.

By David Feela
10. Camo-lot

It’s a beautiful autumn day, the mountain trail cobbled with golden leaves like a path to heaven.

By David Feela

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