Shacks are brown, big where things were sold,
wheat or girls, small where miners lived.
Some fell while we were crawling up the hill.
Standing shacks are pale. Old weeds believe
Richard Hugo, Ghosts at Garnet, The Lady in Kicking Horse Reservoir, 1973
Friday, November 8, 2013, I and my crew walked away from the cabin at the Rocky Mountain Mammoth mine. Everything is done, new roofing, foundation, siding, flooring, even half round gutters (which are not historically correct, I'm not the one who wanted them!). Drainage and landscaping is done and I am happy. I am also sad, it is a wonderful place to work and to visit.
An aspen leave that was stuck to the siding. A beautiful parting gesture.
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
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