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The Masterpiece

Never the Same Sunset Twice at The Grand Canyon

Stepping into an oil painting and surviving, despite being an idiot

Photo by the author with his own family in 2018 — thirty years after “The Westward Excursion of 1988”

Date 14: July 6, 1988 Ash Fork, Arizona to Grand Canyon National Park

A foul stench hung in the air — like raw sewage. But the day looked promising with clear skies and moderate temperatures.




The wise writers don’t rush. They take time to produce their masterpieces.

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Walter Bowne

Walter Bowne

This poet-angel-hipster dude from Jersey writes satire, humor, fiction, poetry, essays on music, travel, gardening, and his belly button. He’s a trophy husband.

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