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Flagstaff, Arizona

This winter, I took a day trip with my family up to Flagstaff, Arizona. This was probably the most snow that I have since I was a toddler. 67 more words

Photography

NYC vs. SF: The Outdoors

I am a city girl through and through. I thought “camping” meant walking through the woods – and staying in a furnished cabin. Bugs creep me out. 371 more words

Living

Finding Vivian Maier

I attended the sneak preview of “Finding Vivian Maier” at Harkins Shea 14.  It’s a feature documentary about photographer Vivian Maier, a nanny who is now considered “one of the most accomplished street photographers. 56 more words

Arizona

2014 Virtual Urban Farm Tour Contest

Attention local urban farmers and gardeners: Flagstaff Liberty Alliance is happy to announce their 2014 Virtual Urban Farm Tour Contest! This contest is open to the public and it is free to enter. 280 more words

Flagstaff Liberty Alliance

Historic

Wild West

For many, the southern Arizona town of Tombstone embodies Arizona’s frontier days. That would be true.  Tombstone was once bigger than San Francisco.  In the 1880s it had quite a reputation as a boomtown of the West.   496 more words

Arizona

canyon ranch (part one).

so, continuing on my quest to document the most incredible experiences i have that i would just hate to forget, i’m now going to cover one of the most cherished weeks i think i’ve ever had. 1,138 more words

Crop Disasters Declared in Six States

EXTREME WEATHER & CLIMATIC EVENTS
DROUGHT
EXCESSIVE RAIN
FREEZE & FROST
CROP DISASTERS
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Drought, Excessive Rain, Freeze and Frost  Cause Crop Disasters across Dozens of Counties in 6 States… 420 more words

Global Disasters