December 2005
High Country News;12/12/2005, Vol. 37 Issue 23, p2
The article reports on readers and freelance writers of the journal "High Country News," who visited the office of the journal. Long term subscribers Charlie Calisher and Shelley Calisher of Red Feather Lakes, Colorado, visited the office in mid-September 2005 after they failed to catch fish on the Dolores River. Freelance writer Susan Tweit and her husband, Richard Cabe, left a postcard at the office, when they were coming back from a camping trip in Black Canyon National Park. Spanish teacher Ben Eastman from Denver, Colorado, came to the office with his mother artist Eddie Eastman.


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