"In 1980, Jim Archambeault, a college buddy, coerced me into joining him for my first canyon country backpack adventure. Jimmy had previously been the seasonal BLM ranger for the Cedar Mesa/Grand Gulch Primitive Area. Up to this point, my outdoor worldview revolved around mountains ..."
"What the Anasazi called this many-headed and serpentine canyon we don't know, for the last families drifted away sometime in the late 1200s, and the names they called it have as quietly been forgotten."
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