O, environmental writers. The religious scribes of our day. I love them but I fear them too, because of the way self-righteousness can rear up like some suddenly animated pond scum in a Stephen King movie and cover the picnic, the teenagers, everything that was ever fun and alive and moving around. Wait, it's not that bad. It's just that I find my environmental angst a lot easier to take when it's served up with a dose of humor. There's no cloning this Gene. Photo: Lisa Jones. So when I had an opportunity recently, during a cross-country drive, to stop …
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Lisa Jones is the author of BROKEN: A Love Story, the true tale of her friendship with quadriplegic Northern Arapaho horse gentler and traditional healer Stanford Addison.