It felt fitting to kick off the Utah tour for Downwind in Logan, the town where my journey with these stories began. I first arrived in Logan to attend grad school in history at USU in 2004. Yesterday I had the honor of speaking about my research in the same building where I defended my master 's thesis all those years ago, and the pleasure of chatting with Utah Public Radio's Tom Williams on the Access Utah Program. I've had the chance to catch up with dear friends (thank you Jess and Ryan for your incredible hospitality), see old grad school buddies (what a great suprise, Sarah!), and reconnect with some amazing faculty mentors. And of course, I got to swing by my old apartment, revisit Logan Canyon, and stop by the offices of the WHQ, where I served as an editorial fellow during grad school. From here its on to Salt Lake, where I will speak with Mary Dickson at the SLC Public Library on Tuesday, the State Archives on Wednesday, and staff and supporters of HEAL Utah on Thursday.