Tag Archives: Four Corners

The “Vitruvian” House vs. The “Prudden Unit”

I’m in the mood to compare apples to oranges.  What better way than by looking at two site types that occurred roughly during the same time periods, but on opposite sides of the world.  There is a common site type you … Continue reading

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Coughing, sneezing? Chew this bark and call me in the morning..

Last week I succumbed to the cold that has been going around Boulder.  Luckily, unlike a lot of people I know that came down with it, I was only really sick for about a day and a half.  That 36 … Continue reading

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