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The Gap, UT

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Brrrr….

Landscape

Monument Pass, UT

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Landscape

Culture Shock and What Comes After: Ordinary Life

When I first arrived at the Navajo Nation, I had no idea what to expect. I do not imagine most people would know what to expect. 996 more words

Daily Life

The Summer of the Witch

As those of you who have followed me since the very beginning are aware, the working title for the first Detective Karen Yellowtail novel was Fields of the Seraphim (which for those of you up on obscure British Goth rock bands, you will know it’s a play on words). 186 more words

BJ Wolf

Arizona

What better time to revisit the desert heat than in the middle of winter.

K, M and I took a road trip with K’s co-worker E (that’s a lot of letters), around Arizona, Utah and Nevada, packing as much as we could into our three day weekend.   871 more words

Foreign Travels

Canyon de Chelly

Canyon de Chelly (pronounced Shay) is easy to get into – it’s less than 1000 feet deep – but there is only one place you can do it unaccompanied, the White House Ruins trail, because it’s sacred ground to the Navajo, many of whom still have summer homes there.  257 more words

USA

NYTs on Navajo Leadership Complication (No President)

Here is “Navajos Face Leadership Crisis as Lawmakers Take Office, Minus a New President.”

Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher