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And the winner is ...

This is the winning design for the Hydrology T-shirt competition. I am super happy they chose one of my designs, and very happy they went with the most simple of them. 28 more words


The Gabe Zimmerman Trail: Reflections on Slain Gabrielle Giffords Aide

This is not about me but rather the heroic people who died and the heroic people who lived when a terrorist shot, maimed, and killed people gathered outside a Safeway one day in Tucson, Arizona. 6 more words


209. Ophidiophobia – The Fear of Snakes

Exodus 4:1-3 NKJV Then Moses answered and said, “But suppose they will not believe me or listen to my voice; suppose they say, ‘The LORD has not appeared to you.’ ” (2) So the LORD said to him, “What is that in your hand?” He said, “A rod.” (3) And He said, “Cast it on the ground.” So he cast it on the ground, and it became a serpent; and Moses fled from it. 586 more words

Fear NOT!

Visitations and Revisitations

Tuesday morning started off with the nice combination of a later start, an earlier ride and a later breakfast. The ability to enjoy this option only happens twice in the week and is the combination that gets you onto the breakfast ride. 1,287 more words

Horse Riding

We Got Cactus

I don’t know if Tucson

Is the gateway to heaven

But you’re never more than ten feet

From a Seven Eleven

Hawaii’s got surfin’

We got cactus… 516 more words


Desert Landscapes

Tucson, AZ, is somewhat of a second home. My sibs and I spent many summers of our childhood shuttling between our grandpa’s ranch outside the city limits on weekdays and my aunt’s little house on 8th Street on the weekends. 120 more words

People I Like

Prickly Neighbours

I’m not a talented travel writer like my blogging buddy Sue Slaght, but here’s what we’re doing this week:

Yes, we’re on vacation this week, and it’s made me realize I don’t get out much.  522 more words

Diane Henders