After the Fire, Giving Thanks

Editor’s Note: Alan Scott was in the neighborhood evacuated for the East Canyon fire, a Type 2 fire which quickly burned 3,000 acres here in southwest Colorado. Scott watched anxiously as planes dropped fire retardant on and around his home as the fire raged all […]

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RECENT POSTS

  • Wildfire Evacuation: No Time to Think

    Last Sunday was like most others. After a lazy breakfast of tea and toast, I was ticking off my property project list. In the late morning, I gathered equipment – loppers, bug dope, and two quarts of water for myself and the dogs – for […]

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  • Lockdown Elsewhere

    A note from the Editor: Here at Cayuse Communications, we’ve been thinking about our community. How best to come together and share during this time? We’ve reached out to friends to see how they are making lemonade from lemons and coping with the strains of […]

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ADDITIONAL POSTS

  • Absurdities Make Us Human

    Katrin Silva writes eloquently about quarantine fatigue here. For me, though, it’s all about quarantine absurdities, like this ridiculous meme a friend sent me. Sometimes...

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  • Pandemic Progress?

    Editor's Note: This short report is part of the Cayuse Corona Community, a series of posts to share and communicate our challenges and successes during...

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  • High on Hokas

    Editor's Note: Aside from her impressive accomplishments as a horsewoman, Katrin Silva is also a top ultra runner. She has competed in nineteen 100-mile races,...

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