Bedrock and Paradox

A Quiet Night on Park Avenue by Wayne Pinkston

Night falls upon the Arches as Abbey leaves for the winter, called away by some unnameable, irresistible urge to fraternize with others of his own kind. Like the tumbleweeds, he must follow this impulse to fly, to be carried away by the winds of change — to grow.


Read “Bedrock and Paradox” in Desert Solitaire by Edward Abbey

Categories: This Land -- Abbey, Carson, and Leopold

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