Axon-Werx34 Review in the Thomas Fork Drainage of Neffs Canyon
SR Suntour’s Axon-Werx34 fork stands out in the hard XC/down-country category and competes against top-rated forks like RockShox’s SID and Fox 34 Step Cast forks.
Jenni and Tom Smude have successfully expanded their family farm in central Minnesota to incorporate sunflower oil production, popcorn production, Black Angus beef cattle breeding, wood products manufacturing and more into their operations. All operations have seen great success.
Early Life and Education
One backcountry skier was caught, carried and partially buried by an avalanche in Thomas Fork drainage of Neffs Canyon. Due to injuries and dense debris accumulation, they were unable to escape the inundated region and extricate themselves from this dangerous situation.
While many backcountry areas in the Wasatch Mountains can feel crowded during a powder day at a resort, Neffs and Thomas Fork provide an opportunity to escape crowds. Begin at Neffs Canyon trailhead, skin up an old jeep road until it forks, then stay left up into dense scrub oak/pine forest where route finding will likely be necessary; be aware this tour requires stamina!
He managed independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing for a large CCRC where he developed and implemented various policies and procedures designed to enhance seniors’ quality of life.
He has held board membership on various bodies such as the Horatio Alger Association. Furthermore, he founded two scholarships at Virginia prep schools that bear his and his son’s names.
Thomas Fork Canyon offers an engaging wooded tour that provides some challenging terrain and provides a pleasant break from the more popular Wasatch backcountry areas. Starting from Neffs Canyon trailhead, travelers follow an old jeep road uphill until it reaches a fork and turns left; once at this junction they require route finding skills to ascend to a dense grove of scrub oak and pines.
Achievement and Honors
Thomas Walsh is best remembered in Grand Forks history as the father of George Walsh, whose leadership in the Territorial Legislature ensured that University of North Dakota would locate here. Thomas also established Grand Forks County and published its inaugural newspaper: the Plaindealer.
Walsh served as both Register of Deeds and Town Treasurer/Sheriff in Grand Forks. He also established its inaugural Voting Precinct which extended 15 miles west from Red River with its northern-southern boundaries located between Goose and Turtle rivers.
Horatio Alger Association has awarded Justice Thomas honorary membership and twice established scholarships in his name; one scholarship was created at FUMA when his son Jamal attended as a student, and in 2007 they were introduced when Jamal moved onto Randolph-Macon Academy.
Thomas remains deeply wounded by his contentious confirmation battle; once describing it as a high-tech lynching broadcast nationally and being singled out because of his race by Reagan administration officials. Thomas finds it easier to express himself when talking directly with close friends or confidantes.
Privately, Justice Breyer is casual and often amused by the eccentricities of his fellow justices. He relishes simple pleasures like bucket of ribs and football games while entertaining Supreme Court clerks at home.
He and Virginia Lamp have chosen not to have children, yet he loves spending time with his grandchildren who visit him at the court and share an interest for cars (he had once owned a Camaro IROC which he sold off in order to cover college tuition expenses for one son).
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Coffey and Sue purchased 40 acres in Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee in 2004 and constructed a 12,000-square-foot Greek Revival-style home along the Harpeth Riverbank there – now valued at more than $7 Million.