Mud, glorious mud
I’ve just returned from the frozen north (Ogden Valley) where they have three feet of snow on the level. My daughter-in-law, who has lived there all her life, is complaining about all the white st...
Happy holidays to one and all
We are heading quickly toward Christmas. To get things started here in Sierra La Sal, the all ladies of La Sal met last Saturday evening for a delicious dinner and fantastic program.
Turtle mystery solved?
A voice message on the answering machine was from former La Salian Janice Larsen Ames. Janice taught school in La Sal nearly three decades ago. The message said. “Hey, I think you might have foun...
Another cowboy rides away
This week we note the passing of a long time former La Salian and legend, Hal Bane, who lived and worked on The Ranch here for four decades.
Death of a La Sal resident
Sunday night, just about dusk, saw the two La Sal ambulances being dispatched to “the trailer court”. Their lights were blinking red and blue, but there were no sirens.
‘Twas a tasty week
As I mentioned in our last episode, we get folks who come to La Sal to hide out or be off the grid (literally in some cases). But we also get people moving into our village who come and hit the gr...