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(For Bill).

Echoes of the Past
In the Maze district of Canyonlands National Park there is a canyon that can only be reached via 30 miles of dirt road from Highway 24 near Goblin Valley State Park.  162 more words


Mt. Champion and the Centennials

Even before I completed climbing Colorado’s 14ers, I had already expanded my peak list to add the next 61 highest mountains in the state. Comprising the 120 named and/or ranked summits above 13,800’, this list includes the “Centennials,” the 100 highest peaks in the state. 743 more words

Aron Ralston

Chevron Includes New Report: Oil Shale Uses Huge Amounts of Water

Legal work led by Rob Harris and Western Resource Advocates recently forced Chevron to confirm what oil companies for years have strongly denied: oil shale development in the Western United States would, in fact, use incredible amounts of water. 354 more words

Aron Ralston

Sorrow { Repentance } Salvation

“My sin was “old fashioned”. My guilt was “old fashioned”. God’s love is “old-fashioned” I know. And the way I was saved was the old-fashioned way – through the Blood that makes whiter than snow.” (A Hymn) 1,090 more words


BR3AKTHRU'S MadCon Book Corner - July

July’s edition of BR3AKTHRU Magazine’s MadCon Book Corner is finally here! This month’s includes reviews of 127 Hours: Between A Rock And A Hard Place by Aron Ralston and The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger. 42 more words


UpBeat Living: What Life Invention Do You Need?

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When we get into situations without what we think we need, sometimes we get to be inventive.  Who hasn’t used a screwdriver to open a classic soda bottle, when a bottle opener was MIA?  971 more words