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198103 Desert Magazine 1981 March

198103 Desert Magazine 1981 March

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MARCH,
1981.
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Sky-City, New MexicoHE HUMMINGBIRDS
 
Lowering
sun
warms
the
many slopes
of he
Kelso Dunes, East Mojave, California.Photo
by
JERRY SIEVE
SEW
-
BRINGTHE
DESERT
HOME WITH YOU
Relax
and
browse among
our
books
of the
southwest (more titles
at
minimum pricesthan anywhere else),
and
view
our
gallery
of
vivid desert oils
by
Kathi Hilton, Carl Bray,K.O. Harris
and
other well-known artists.See
the
famous Pegleg nuggets
on
display.Look through back issues
of
Desert
Magazinefor that story
you
missed.
We
have collectorcopies saved
for you
dating back
44
years
to
Volume
1,
Number
1, and the
complete
set is
also available
on
microfilm.
Remember, friend
or
stranger,
you are
always welcome here!
DESERT MAGAZINE'SBOOK STORE AND ART GALLERY74-425 Highway 111,(near Deep Canyon)Palm Desert, California 92260
WINTER
HOURS: Weekdays. 9:00
a.m. to
5:00
p.m
Saturday.
10:00
a.m.
to4$0p.m
 
VOLUME 44 NUMBER 3 March, 1981
CONTENTS
SSN 0194-3405
And your strength shall be renewed day by day,like the morning dew Psalms 110:3
Departments
EDITORIAL 5LETTERS 6DESERT PRODUCT OF THE MONTH ... 21DESERT ROCKHOUND 34TRACES IN THE SAND 38THE SECOND TIME AROUND 40CHUCK WAGON COOKIN' 41THE LIVING DESERT 43DESERT CALENDAR 35 THE TRADING POST 62
Our Covers
Blossoming saguaro buds herald spring in the Arizonadesert. Photographer Jeff Gnass captures theirintricate detail on our front cover, looking southwestone morning on the far western side of the TucsonUnit, Saguaro National Monument. Our back cover,also by
Jeff,
shows the spring wildflowers you'll soonsee if you follow the main loop road through OrganPipe National Monument, also in Arizona. AToyoview 45A was used for both pictures, as wasDaylight Ektachrome film, E6 Process. The saguarowas shot through a 400mm Chromar-T lens, Vi-secondat f90; the flower display in the afternoon lookingsouth with a 135mm Nikkor W lens, l/15th-secondatf36.
Features
THE
CANYONS OF
LAKE
POWELLEach Has Its Special Character
by Larry L. Meyer
JEROME:
AN AWAKENING
GHOST
by Don MacDonald
8
THE
DESERT
JELLYFISH
.Spontaneous Generation or"Resting Eggs?"
by Choral Pepper
. 16. 22
A FOLK ART IS ALIVEThanks to Maria Martinez
by Ernest Maxwell
25
THE
CACTUS
CITY
CLARION
29The West's Nosiest Newspaper
Mary Eileen Twyman, Ed.
SKY-CITY
45A Living Example ofPueblo Culture
by Allye Terrell
THE
MIRACLE OF THE
HUMMINGBIRDS
49
by Norma Lee Browning
DESERT
SOLITAIRE 54A Critique
by Don MacDonald
THE
MESQUITE 58Wonder Tree of the Southwest
by Steve Wilson
Desert Magazine
(USPS 535230) is published monthly by Cactus Paperworks,Inc.,74-425 Highway 111, P.O. Box 1318, Palm Desert, CA
92261.
Telephone:(714) 568-2781.
Officers:
R. C. Packer, President and Treasurer; Chester M.Ross,Vice-President and Secretary; Donald MacDonald, Vice-President andEditorial Director; Barbara Wheeler, Assistant Secretary. Controlled circula-tion postage paid at Sparta, Illinois and at additional mailing offices in theU.S.A.
Copyright 1980 by Desert Magazine.
All rights reserved. No part of thispublication may be reproduced in any manner without written permissionfrom the publisher.
Subscription Rates
for U.S. and its possessions. Canadaand Mexico:
1-year,
$11.00; 2-years $20.00. Elsewhere: Add $4.00 per yearsurface, $20.00 per year air mail (U.S. currency).
To Subscribe, Renew orChange Address:
Write Desert Magazine, P.O. Box 28816, San Diego, CA
92128.
Please allow six weeks for processing and include where applicable theaddress label from your most recent copy of the Magazine. Exact zip codesare required by the Post Office. Donors of gift subscriptions should includetheir own name and address as well as those of the recipient(s).
POSTMAS-TER: SEND CHANGE OF ADDRESS BY FORM 3579 TO DESERTMAGAZINE, P.O. BOX 28816. SAN DIEGO. CA 92128. Contributions:
TheEditor welcomes unsolicited manuscripts and photographs but they can bereturned
only
if accompanied by S.A.S.E., or envelope with internationalexchange coupons. While we treat submissions with care, we cannot assumeresponsibility for loss or damage. Payment is upon acceptance.
Writers Guide
free with S.A.S.E.; sample copy, $1.50.
Photographers:
Please include techni-cal data with each photograph submitted.

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