Caves and Kivas

So many things can go wrong . . . . Eastman boat  in Chicago 24 July 1915

So many things can go wrong . . . .
Eastman boat in Chicago
24 July 1915

Just finished reading Preston/Child’s Thunderhead, a thriller set in the mysterious canyons of the desert Southwest.  Thrills.  Chills.  And sherds.  Lots of potsherds.

New words:  kiva;  Quivera.

Pot Sherds

Forrest Fenn is listed in the Acknowledgements.  You’ll see why if you read it.

Will I sleep tonight?  Yes.  Well, maybe.

Will I wander the canyons in the Southwest?  Not on your life.

English:

I also picked up Treasure Island at the library since it’s mentioned in Fenn’s The Thrill of the Chase .  I don’t think I ever read it as a kid.  I see that there is a Skeleton Island on the treasure map, and, (yes, I peeked at the ending which I rarely ever do), there is a cave — filled with all manner of gold and such.

English: map of Treasure Island, from the firs...

Forrest Fenn's Treasure Chest

Forrest Fenn’s Treasure Chest

Click on this link to see a 45 million year old stalagmite in Europe.Antiparos, the Cyclades – A travelogue [part II].

Boat Skeleton, Cô Tô Island

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