RANDY & WANDA LEWIS
FEATURING OUR FAMOUS CAMPFIRE STORIES
& UTAH HISTORY
UTAH’S GOLD RUSH
The Rhoades mines and the Hathenbruck Legacy
“Patch” grew up on a small farm in northern Utah . His infatuation with nature, cowboys, and our native American Indians, surfaced early. By the age of six, he was creating images of the West out of cardboard. That romantic infatuation with the West compounded with the compulsion to sculpt has evolved as his destiny.
After years of “whittlin’ things,” and having folks appreciate his efforts, “Patch” decided to pursue his artistic destiny full time in 1973. Since that time he has spent exhilarating hours in libraries, museums, and talking with old timers to research material for his wood sculptures and bronzes. The authenticity of his subjects is an integral part of his works. The smallest detail of his subjects is an integral part of his works. The smallest detail is never overlooked. He is as concerned with how the Indians won their bear claw necklaces as he is with the style of their clothing and their adornments. While libraries have been beneficial, there is nothing like the real thing. His travels have introduced him to many of the different Indian tribes of today. Due to his sincere reverence for their culture, he has befriended many of our native Americans, and has been afforded the rare privilege of attending many of their Pow Wows and tribal gatherings.
Through association with modern mountain men, “Patch” has greatly furthered his knowledge and appreciation of our forefathers. You can recognize and appreciate his comprehension when viewing his bronze of Jim Bridger negotiating his “bull boat” down the Bear River on his historic exploration of the West, or realize the strength portrayed in his life-sized bust called “Beaver Was His Gold.”
May his creations bring great joy and happiness to your lives.
Contact and ordering information
address: 150 waterstreet
logan, utah 84321
Phone – 435-757-4689
Chicken Terrorizes Hyrum Resident
A Local Hyrum Resident calls animal control Officer ,,,, A terrible Chicken destroyed her garden and all of her flowers..
The whole yards vegetation beaten to the ground unmercifully… rumors say…
It was Pandemonium ,Death or even worse….
Animal Control Officer Christianson unable to catch the Chicken calls for Back-up…. 1078… or was it 1033….
A Cache Valley Sheriff or were there several arrived at the seen…
The Chicken could not be caught so a Citation was issued…
“””CHICKEN AT LARGE”””
A proud day for Officer Christianson
The Terrible Chicken was finally caught,,,
But he escaped and was last seen headed for the Barn…..
The upper four lane highways between Nibbly and Hyrum came to a screeching halt Monday afternoon about 5 PM June 7th,, as a family of Geese were trying to cross the road,,, A lady got out of her car stopped traffic and escorted the cute little family across the road… everybody was concerned about the safety of the mother goose and her little goslings,, Nobody was upset,, they just wanted the little family’s safety.. It was a spectacular sight,, Kids noses were pressed up against the car windows as the darling little family crossed the road in single file the mother followed by 7 fluffy little yellow goslings as they waddled slowly across the road,,,,
This story is starting to blossom so keep watchin as this story starts to unfold…
MORE TO COME !!!!!
Stopping Traffic,, Terrorizing the community,,,
The Chicken is off the Hook of the Law…
Rumers have it he will soon be headed to the Frying Pan….
Paul Snake Tabbee (in memory of)
Bill Bleazard (in memory of)
Ground Penetrating Radar
Little Brother (by Steve Warby)
Nine Mile Canyon
Out Law Trail
Toads Of The Short Forest
Spanish Monument to riches
The Money Tree
Timpi Valley Redman
The Sacred Valley