Monday, 23 July 2007

Galt's Gulch

For fans of Ayn Rand's novel Atlas Shrugged, here's the place that inspired Galt's Gulch: a place called Ouray, Colorado that Rand fell in love with on a brief visit, pictured here courtesy of Gus van Horn. You can almost picture the electronic screen just above the trees, can't you . . . ?

Jay Ambrose at the Scripps Howard News Service reviews the Objectivist conference recently held up the road from here in Telluride. It sounds like he had a ball.

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Anonymous Andrew B said...

No you can't picture the electronic screen as that would resemble the forest image reflected from another valley nearby.

You can see the entrances to Francisco's copper mines though...

25 Jul 2007, 19:40:00  

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