up bear creek
Getting conscious of my energy use and working to reduce it, I’ve been able in three years to cut my energy guzzling by more than half. Imagine the carbon footprint savings we’d have if everyone in...
‘Dancing on the Brink of the World’
I’m marrying the Christian end-numbers to a rounded-off precessional cycle of 26,000 years in crafting a new Goodtimes Calendar (GC) … Voila! Thus, my new year, 26013 (GC)
Remember that Telluride Institute’s Ideas Festival – Reinventing Politics? Art Goodtimes does.
Out with Generation X and in with Generation Responsible.
We’re certainly lucky, in San Miguel County, to have Alpine Hospice available to help family and friends provide that level of care for our terminally ill loved ones.
This week’s Up Bear Creek is a poem for Mary Friedberg, who died on Sunday, Nov. 26.
mf danced off/ last night/ in my arms/ as i ommed / to an almost full moon/ above a raging sea of mountains.
If it hadn’t been for military might, we might not exist as an independent nation.
Art Goodtimes will take a hiatus from his Up Bear Creek column until the November election, to campaign for his fourth term as the District 3 San Miguel County Commissioner.
Conceived in war-time, born in peace-time, Goodtimes anticipates ‘The War’ on Blu-Ray.
Thoughts on celebrating the Constitution and kudos go out to the towns of Ophir and Telluride and the Sheep Mountain Alliance for holding the state’s feet to the fire.
Fire bans and water call-ups. Western folks have been talking about over-stocked forests, and urban folks have been talking about climate changes, and it all seems to be coming together – unlike ou...
JOAN MAY … It has been a singular pleasure to work with Joan on the County Board of Commissioners. She is bright, fair, of the deepest integrity and understands the difference between good governan...
A spring gem, Mountainfilm is a uniquely Telluride event.
Rafting the San Juan River and partisan madness.
Norwood mourned the passing of Terrell S. Snyder this past weekend.
Goodbye, Sharon Shuteran. Our county judge was one of those bedrock locals who defined what was different about Telluride.
In which – “ohmygoddess” – our paleohippie correspondent revisits Phoenix – in his own car, after an absence of 30 years.
‘I think I’m becoming a SWOSaholic.’