Terry Tempest Williams honors the wild inside us all —

Terry Tempest Williams, a wonderfully wild wise woman whom I was privileged to know when I lived in Wyoming’s Teton National Park, was interviewed in the Salt Lake City Tribune today about her thirteenth book, “When Women Were Birds.” I’d post it here, but they don’t allow reprints. Meanwhile, here’s Terry’s quiet, stirring tribute to America’s endangered National Parks.

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