The December/January Issue of the Zephyr!

December 2019 Cover

In this issue…

Take it or Leave it: “OK BOOMERS?” GOOD LUCK, “DOOMERS:” A Recent History of Generational Fear, Angst and Loathing … by Jim Stiles

The Other Lonely Rangers: The Forgotten Lives of America’s Basque Sheepherders… by Tonya Audyn Stiles

ON HERB RINGER’S TRAIL IN NEVADA: Volume 1… by Jim Stiles

“We are Particular to Preserve:” The Wetherills’ Passion to Protect the Southwest’s Past … By Harvey Leake

The North … by Damon Falke

THE OPEN ROAD: Where Do I Want to Live When I Grow Up?…Words and Photos by Paul Vlachos

“Drop the Wildflower, Kid.” Memories of a Tree Fuzz at Arches NP (Ranger Stiles #7 1975-1986) …by Jim Stiles

The Slovenly Wilderness: Paradise Paved … by Stacy Young

THE RHETORIC OF RETRIBUTION, THE POLITICS OF PAYBACK … by Bill Keshlear

Former Utah Diné Bikéyah staffer gets management spot at Bears Ears Monument … by Bill Keshlear

RETURN TO MOAB…FOR 17 MINUTES … by Jim Stiles

(From the Zephyr Archives) KENT FROST: Celebrating the Freedom of Canyonlands… by Barry Scholl

HANK SCHMIDT’S MONTHLY REPORT: Arches National Monument, December 1940

(From the Zephyr Archives) Hanksville! Where the ‘There’ Is … By David Swift

The History of Commission Districts in San Juan County, Utah … By Gail Johnson, Former County Clerk

(From the Archives) Welcome to the Dimformation Age! from the desk of Ned Mudd, reporting from the crawl space of history

RETRO ZEPHYR…30…20…10 Years Ago

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