History on the chopping block?

  • [photo by the Paris family]

    [photo by the Paris family]

By Patric Hedlund, TME

The ability to feel the pull of deep history comes at rare times when humans accept the gifts of inner quiet. That is a state many discover in nature, surrounded by trees, mountains, winds and stars that hold memories human imaginations cannot grasp. But, at times, our hearts can.

Paulin Paris (whose friends call him ‘Paris’) is an artist who was born into an awareness of history as a force, like gravity. His ancestors were of the Parisii Tribe, who, before the second century B.C, settled the…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)

Photo captions:

The Paris family builds family memories, enjoying simple pleasures, baking bread, breaking bread, and toasting family holidays in their little Frazier Mountain cabin.

Paris sent a current picture (top) and a historical photo (right) to show the stone cabin is ‘still in good shape.’ He hopes there is a way it can be preserved rather than destroyed.

To see full stories with photos, please purchase a copy of the newspaper at many locations (click this link for a list) throughout the Mountain Communities.

Or, have your newspaper delivered via mail and include internet access. Just call 661-245-3794. Classified ads are FREE to paid subscribers! See front page at www.mountainenterprise.com for details.

The e-Edition is available now with full photos and stories at The Mountain Enterprise e-Edition. Select the 2020-0424 edition.

(subscriber login required)

This is part of the April 24, 2020 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.

Have an opinion on this matter? We'd like to hear from you.