Biographies are studies of someone's life based on cumulative research. Good ones may reveal something, but probably barely scratch the surface of what actually went on. The internet is allowing me to do something VERY different.
~Robert Glenn Ketchum
Friday, December 15, 2017
The Daze of My Life: Robert Glenn Ketchum, An Autobiography #76:
Daze, #76: Food in our stomachs, libations in our hands, bodies swaddled in layers and layers of wool and down, Vicki and I grab our sling chairs and climb on to the van roof. Although weather is definitely coming in, it is not windy tonight as it was last night, and the exposure of the roof is quite comfortable. Most importantly, it affords us a beautiful view of all the summits in the Teton Range, which at this moment have become cloud-piercing. For awhile it appears we might not have a sunset to watch, then the sun finds some point in the west that is clear, and it gets UNDER the clouds above us to light them up. It starts somewhat like a fire. At first, there is just a little glow, but over many minutes it gets more colorful and dramatic, and then it just blows up. What initially is a spectacle around the peaks, suddenly spreads across the entire landscape of the park, and lights everything up.
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