Remembering Christmas at The Rock

There hasn’t been a Christmas since 1987 that hasn’t made me a little nostalgic for Table Rock. The memories are perhaps a bit more poignant this year, knowing that the village is gone. On the other hand, it has been a real blessing to reconnect with so many Table Rockers. It’s been especially fun to hear from those of you that were kids with my kids there, now that you’ve all grown into such outstanding individuals and fine parents, passing on the values that life at The Rock taught.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to Table Rockers everywhere. Thanks for keeping the memories alive!

About Dana

I spent 7 years at Table Rock with my wife, daughter and son. After transferring in from the Amarillo, Texas survey crew, I worked as a Plant Operator at Table Rock Processing Plant and later as a General Technician. Like most Table Rockers, life in Table Rock Village and working (and playing) in the Wyoming Red Desert had a great impact on the person I became. I now make my living as a freelance writer and I am working on a book about Table Rock and how it shaped the lives of the residents. I hope to share the stories of fellow Table Rockers as well as my own.

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