TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT…Jim Stiles
“Our Friends Were Dearer Then”—Herb Ringer 1913-1998
An Introduction to this Special Issue of The Zephyr
also…“Stiles Road Rules #43, Confessions and Complaints of a Lifelong Jaywalker”
SOWING CLOVER…Tonya Stiles
“The Forgotten Conservative Case for Environmentalism”
“I CAN STILL SEE EVERYTHING.” Herb Ringer’s Remarkable Life
HERB’S FIRST TRIP WEST..SUMMER 1917
(words & images)
Herb Ringer’s father, JOSEPH RINGER, offers this
fascinating ‘List of Firsts’ in his son’s life.
“Notes on Reno and Vicinity”
Autumn 1939…Herb Ringer
The Journal of
JOSEPH RINGER 1944-1963
from Herb Ringer’s Journals
DECEMBER 7, 1941
Wandering through ghost towns, away from the ‘real world. Herb’s “Day of Infamy” was very peaceful.
SHORTY YARBERRY of the GRAND CANYON
A LETTER from HERB about…
RHYOLITE GHOST TOWN, EATING ANTS & COURTEOUS HOOKERS.
A CLOSE ENCOUNTER in a GHOST TOWN
Herb in Ludwig, Nevada…1942
A Place of Refuge & Solitude for the Ringers…
THE GOAT MAN of MOAB
Photograph by HERB RINGER Story by JEAN EARDLEY (from a 1990 Zephyr article)
RENEWABLE ENERGY: Shredding the Magic of Nevada’s Great Basin
from ‘THE NEW IMMIGRANTS’ by ANNE SNOWDEN CROSMAN
Paul Vlachos is a New Yorker who understands The West. He also understands New York. His work celebrates the differences and the similarities.
BONUS STORIES FOR THE WORDPRESS VERSION:
“Oh…It’s from King Tut’s Tomb.”
Herb Remembers a special gift all the way from Ancient Egypt
HERB REMEMBERS CAMERON, ARIZONA…1952
THE COLORADO RIVER ELEVATED BIKEWAY…
A photo update as construction continues on the $10 million project
PHOTOS FROM HERB: The Joys of Car Camping
PHOTOS FROM HERB: Cities and Towns of the West…including SALT LAKE CITY, RENO, and ASPEN!