Merry Christmas from Table Rock

If the title of this post seems a little odd, because the Village is no longer standing, let me put it in perspective for you. The spirit that made Table Rock what it was lives on in the hearts of those who lived there. Table Rock was, and is, much more than a place, and Christmas was a special time there. So, on behalf of Table Rockers everywhere, I’d like to wish all who visit this site the joy that we knew there during this Holiday season.

For those Table Rockers that will be missing a family member this year, please take some solace in knowing that an entire community feels your loss and you will be in our thoughts. You will never be truly alone.

For the world, I know that I speak for my Table Rock family in saying that my Christmas wish this year is for the one thing that we need again more than any: “Peace on Earth, Good Will Toward Men”.

Merry Christmas and “God bless us, every one.”
Dana and Family

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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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  1. Kristi Daniel

    Very well said. Those holidays and memories will never be forgotten. To all those that I knew for so many years, and those that I never had the chance to meet, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Stay safe and God keep you safe!

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