Peace walk in Moab South Main Street in Moab has been serving as a forum on Sundays for people wanting to demonstrate for peace in the Middle East. This group, partly in response to publicly posted invitations, participated in one of the February "Walk and Talk for Peace" demonstrations, marching north from 300 South to Center Street. While the peace-walkers have expressed their feelings with banners downtown, other residents have caught the yellow-ribbon fever, attaching bows to car antennas, poles, fences and trees everywhere - including Moab's most famous old cottonwood, a century-old tree on 100 South. Those who would like to exchange thoughts with others about the Persian Gulf war are encouraged to bring friends, neighbors, children and opinions on the loosely organized peace walks.