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Words for the Wordless Wednesday Post

(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

Nature

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

Christian

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

Blog

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

Stress