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Heroes of the Low End pt. 5

Frank Proto: Double Bass Trailblazer/Badass

Frank Proto was born in Brooklyn, New York. He began his musical studies with piano at the tender age of 7 and started learning double bass at the age of 16. 146 more words



Yesterday I had an unexpected day off and wasted no time getting out of the campground and checking a couple items off my to-do list as my remaining time here is getting short. 113 more words

Durango to Mesa Verde National Park - July 20

Hallee and I were woken up at daybreak by the rooster and many birds around the Apple Orchard Bed and Breakfast outside of Durango, Colorado. We had to make it to breakfast before the owner stopped serving at 8:30, which we did. 1,199 more words

Traveling The US

Taos to Durango, Colorado - July 19

Hallee and I woke up in the Casa Benavides Bed and Breakfast in Taos, New Mexico. We had a lovely breakfast in their dinning room. We had fresh baked muffins, fresh fruit and a egg and chefs bake with chili and flour tortillas. 985 more words

Traveling The US

Summer Adventure: Durangites

I approached the Utah/Colorado border. For hours my drive was dominated by the wide, low, and monotone horizon that inspired at least a few wagon loads of disenchanted and wayward Mormons to give up the 3.2% beer and journey even further west. 1,038 more words

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