At 05:17 PM 11/11/2003, you wrote:

I remember running around in a jeep. Not mine, but it sure was fun to run
across the desert out from El Paso. The Jeep I rode around in was a WWII
Jeep manufactured by Ford, and had a small block Ford dropped into it. The
problem was the driver, a friend of JWR & me would twist off axels and I
spent more than one night out in the desert fiddling with a broken Jeep.

The only time I got "stuck" with my Jeep was when I high centered it near Steinaker Reservoir, north of Vernal. It was on a narrow steep ridge-line that sloped off both ways and also sloped off front and back. I couldn't winch it, had absolutely no traction on any wheels, and couldn't budge it myself. I ended up paying a tow truck $50. All he had to do was put out a long line and then pull me about 3 feet, just enough to get me going again.

Steven Montgomery

Do I err, then, in believing that the universe is built upon symbols, to the end that it may bear record of its all-wise Architect and Builder? God teaches with symbols; it is his favorite method of teaching. The Savior often used them. (Orson F. Whitney, Improvement Era, August 1927)

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