Monthly Archives: May 2006

“Outdoor Churching” Sites in Utah

Utah because of its exotic scenery and mild weather (even in winter) is an ideal locale to enjoy “outdoor churching,” a permutation of home (or house) churching. The idea is to get a small non-demoninational group together and make pilgrimages … Continue reading

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Montell Seely: Traveler in the Past

In early May 2006, I traveled to Castle Dale, Utah, to do a video interview with Montell Seely. From his back porch, overlooking the riparian pastures adjacent to Cottonwood Creek, Montell can scan the Wasatch Plateau, the mountains his grandfather … Continue reading

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Sevier River: Evolving Toward Sentience

The first river basin in Utah to move toward sentience is the Sevier River Basin. In the 1990s, the Sevier River Water Users Association (SRWUA) with an assist from the Bureau of Reclamation, began a systematic program to instrument and … Continue reading

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