Cindy’s Scintillating Post on the Farmington, NM Library

I became acquainted with my friend Cindy Salo when she commented on my blog and we met in person at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo last July.  She’s a funny, delightful woman who journeys around the US for her job as a plant ecologist and uses libraries extensively to connect with friends and colleagues while travelling.  In November she was at one of her favorite places, the Farmington Public Library, and despite her busy schedule managed to write about it in her blog, Sagebrush and Spuds (she lives in Boise, ID after all) and graciously allowed me to include it as a guest entry on my blog – so here is her lyrical and poetic post on it, (far better than any of my humble efforts – I’m so jealous!).  Enjoy!

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2 Responses to Cindy’s Scintillating Post on the Farmington, NM Library

  1. Patricia Hassan says:

    Yes, Cindy’s writing is lovely! And the circular form FPL has adopted reflects its native culture perfectly. What a unique place FPL is, enveloping both the ancient and modern!

  2. jshaffner says:

    I totally agree Pat!

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