A collection of distilled sarcastic wisdom, numerous photographs, discussions of books and stuff to learn and more stuff to think about from a retired economics professor turned blogger and photographer.
The aspiring cattle baron might look into this fixer-upper corral, located conveniently just catty-corner from the Santa Clara post office, so you have quick access to mail and stamps to facilitate your cattle operation. May require some minor repairs so that goats and pigs can't escape through the bottom rails.
The St. George area was originally christened "Utah's Dixie." The name stuck. The prefix "Dixie" is in front of countless names of everything in the St. George area. As far as I could find out, the original painting of the letters in the above photo was done by some students decades ago. Every so often, the letters get repainted without changing their original shape.
One of my goals is to show blog viewers from around the world what the scenery in St. George UT is like. And one thing we have plenty of is red rock-rimmed bluffs. When we see them every time we go for a drive, we tend to not see them, then we take them for granted. So take a photo or two, study the photos, then see what you have been missing or ignoring.