Church

We’ll continue our look back at 2010 with some “Best of…” posts today, but first I want to remind you of what you missed if didn’t get a chance to read yesterday’s entries about my hometown and some other of 2010’s best and most popular posts, including a very emotional and powerful post on the anniversary of 9/11. Sit back with a hot cup of coffee and enjoy a recap of what you, the reader, determined to be our most popular posts of 2010.

  • The Rio Grande Starts HereI was kind of surprised when I looked at the blog archives and noticed that this was our most- read Colorado Chronicles post of the year, but it was. 
  • Caught – This was, without a doubt, my personal favorite post of the year. It’s about “going to church” with a fishin’ pole at a pond way up in the Rockies. A place where God and I have a Father-Son talk amongst the majestic Rocky Mountain peaks, the brilliant sunshine and of course, a fishin’ hole. To me, that’s “church”. Can I get an amen from the readership?
  • Tomah JosephAnother personal favorite and you guys liked it, too. Tomah Joseph was an Indian who lived in the early 20th Century near where my wife grew up in Eastport. He was an amazing man with an amazing life story. When you click over to the story, be sure to click the links embedded within the story. it really is a great read.

The three posts I listed up there ^^^, are well worth the time to take a look at… not because of my legendary literary skills ( I just made that part up…), but because the subject matter is something that you won’t find anywhere but where I found it or right here on Three States Plus One. Thanks for making these posts easy choices to be in the “Best of 2010”. You done good.

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