Archive for July, 2008

Summer in Colorado means road-tripping and camping… and in my car, with a busted CD player and no iTrip to speak of (or listen to) that also means a lot of NPR… On my way home from a wedding weekend of camping underneath the moon and stars and looming Teton Range in Jackson, Wyoming, with […]


It’s no coincidence that a series of events over the course of this week has prompted me to consider what it means to be an American today, within the country, as well as in the world at large. As these events unfolded, Paul Fusco’s photographs from Robert F. Kennedy’s funeral train, illustrated my thoughts. The […]