By Roger A. Young
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My little brother had outgrown his littleness when he was a senior in high school; almost overnight he had grown both up and out, and now, one ice age 50 later, he stood near Turtle Rock a full-blown man, and I, likewise full-blown, stood less than an arm’s length from him. My brother smiled and shook his head. I smiled and nodded my agreement. Ours was a mutual understanding, an acknowledgment that, though we were both full-blown, we were not going to take this rock anywhere – not without the aid of our grandfather’s horses, and they were no longer available, their wide, muscled haunches having many seasons ago gone on to greener pastures.
I had heard of ﬁre before, certainly, and I had seen it, most consistently in the bellies of the kitchen range and the Warm Morning woodstove in the living room. But these ﬁres, for all their heat, were 17 contained, stoked and manipulated and left to die out when the meal was ready or it came time to go to bed. The ﬁre that destroyed our kitchen, however, fought mightily against containment; it raged and ﬂared and threatened to consume the entire house. I knew ﬁre also by way of a relentless procession of preachers who used the word as the ﬁrst syllable of a four-syllable word – ﬁreandbrimstone.
I could imagine a meadowlark because each summer we had meadowlarks on fence posts only a few yards from our house; and I could imagine the wheat, in bins and elevators and lying in ﬁelds of stubble, because my father as a hired hand often drove a combine, and sometimes he took me with him – not for an entire day but maybe for a round or two after lunch, after mother and the other women had delivered sandwiches and cold drinks. But I couldn’t imagine all that wheat waiting to be carried off by a single bird; other birds would have eaten the grains on the ground, and the wheat in the bins and in the elevators would have been long sold and carried away by trains to wherever it goes when it goes away.
A Lab Manual of Seismic Reflection Processing by Roger A. Young