They met in Durango and lest she go, he picked her up … or so I’m told. They rowed down a canyon, wild as the West. Their love was strengthened, but wait there’s the rest. He thought up a plan, on Kickapoo Crick, It required a canoe and two paddle sticks. The rain poured down and to go with the flow, he took a knee with a question that glowed. They moved from the cordillera on an east-bound road, with ambitions brighter than hoarded gold. Becoming turophiles in the scholastic Midwest, as they build a future where sunsets nest.
The water’s fine, so Codye Reynolds and Jake Cammack will make the jump June 7 and are excited for the journey, wave and poetic excellence ahead. Their phenotypes and genotypes flow through the veins of proud parents Dallas and Olivia Reynolds of Durango and David and Mary Helen Cammack of Pagosa Springs.