PAGE 2: TAKE IT OR LEAVE
IT: Editorial by Jim Stiles
PAGE 4: THE NUTSHELL By Jim Stiles
Speeding trucks and the bypass alternatives. Some thoughts on Cop Consolidation & changing County Goverment
PAGE 6: POINTBLANK: Are You a Yahoo? By Bill Burke
A professional jeeper has some issues with irresponsible four wheelers who trash the desert.
and...NEW WEST BLUES: By Jim Stiles
PAGE 9: THE NUTSHELL Photographic Evidence
So long, Pat Winder...Oh Joy!!! A SECOND TRAM!!! Mystery Feet: Win a Free Subscription...Dog of the Month.
PAGE 10: BEING GAY IN UTAH By Alexandria
For men & women practicing an "alternative lifestyle" Utah is a pretty intolerant state.
PAGE 14: THE CANYON COUNTRY WATCHDOG
By Liz Thomas & Herb McHarg of S.U.W.A.
PAGE 16: FROM THE HERB RINGER
Camping with Herb and the folks at Grand Canyon in 1952.
PAGE 18: THEY EAT GREENS IN ESCALANTE By Tori Woodard
Intolerance runs high in Garfield County for two environmentalists.
PAGE 20: THE HOME OF TRUTH By
For the followsers of Marie Ogden in the 1930's, the vortex of the planet was at Photograph Gap.
PAGE 22: SIERRA CLUBBED By
Ken Sleight & Jim Stiles
The Rise, Fall & Emasculation of "The Glen Canyon Group".
PAGE 25: Dan O'Connor's TWISTED TABLOID
PAGE 28: AROUND THE BEND By Ken Sleight
Ken remembers Rainbow Bridge...before the reservoir
PAGE 30: STREAMOFCONCIOUSNESS By
Hope Floats...with the Castle Rock Collaboration
PAGE 32: WHAT'S IN A NAME? By Barry Scholl
Welcome to Utah, where "colorful" names get cleaned up a bit.
PAGE 38: FEEDBACK:
An unprecedented response to the most critical and pressing question of the day: What are those signs on railroad cars that say--DO NOT HUMP. ALSO...Jose Knighton's resignation letter to the Sierra Club.