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Heading Home: Field Notes by Peter Anderson

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Heading Home: Field Notes

Why do people choose to live at the end of the road? Ask anyone in Crestone, Colorado how they came to live there and you are likely to hear an interesting story--one with many twists and turns and detours, plenty of roadside attractions and adventures, and maybe a few dead ends along the way.

Crestone author Peter Anderson came there looking for a place to finish a book on mountains and the life of the spirit. Having just graduated from Earlham School of Religion, a Quaker seminary, he was drawn to the space, silence, and mountain geography of Crestone. He found a small house and moved in with his wife and a baby daughter. They were only planning to spend the winter. That was seventeen years ago.

In 2015, Conundrum Press (Golden, Colorado) re-published First Church of Higher Elevations, the book that Peter finished up in Crestone. In May 2017, Conundrum will be publishing another book called Heading Home: Field Notes, which includes flash prose and...
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