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Black Beans & Southwest Salad

I’m sure you’re thinking that you have better things to do on weekends than prepare your packed lunch for the week…and you know what, you’re probably right. 501 more words

Packing Lunch

Reflection Canyon Ch. 2 by raynorshi

In 1960s, by damming Colorado River, the once-majestic Glen Canyon was flooded to create Lake Powell, the second largest man-made reservoir in the United States. As a minor tributary to Glen Canyon, Reflection Canyon also has been partly submerged by the waters of Lake Powell. 287 more words


Flying High, In Style.

If I am flying I will definitely include a few extra items in my carry on. I usually fly Southwest (free baggage, whattttt) and can check in the day before pretty quickly so I board in the A group frequently. 486 more words

Wired For Struggle

Keith Wilson, An Appreciation of the Poet, the Friend

Shaman of the Desert

Keith Wilson’s Shaman of the Desert, Collected Poems (1965-2001) is a massive volume of over 1100 pages containing works from at least a couple dozen of his books. 2,145 more words


In the Speed of Light - Fun Wid Us

A brutal hike to see the Wahweap Hoodoos (10 mile/16 km roundtrip in sand inside a wash) near Page, AZ. After the sunset failed with blue skies, all that was left was trying some night shots. 46 more words


Southwest Wings

More Chicken recipes! Cheap, easy to make, and yummy to eat. I bought some chicken wings to school earlier in the semester, but never gotten around to make it, so it was sitting at the bottom of my freezer for two months, when I remembered I should probably make it… 401 more words


Bent's Old Fort

   Bent’s Old Fort

In the past  year I’ve visited Bent’s Old Fort National Historic Site twice. The place fascinates me. This “living history” site is a reconstructed adobe fort near La Junta, Colorado. 553 more words