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AZ death penalty statute upheld, for now

Arizona’s death penalty statute was on trial in a Maricopa County Superior courtroom Friday afternoon.

Prosecutors and defense lawyers were arguing the constitutionality of the law. 338 more words

The Death Penalty.

AZT 8: Wanderlust ...because I am an Animal. (Flagstaff to Stateline)

It’s always difficult for me to write the final blogpost for a thru-hike. There always seems to be a big push near the end of a hike that leaves me with little time to look over my photos and reflect upon the miles that have passed. 1,361 more words

"The Trail"

Five things you can do to deal with water shortage in the American West

We live in Arizona’s Sonoran Desert. It’s not a Mad Max landscape, but there’s a water shortage around here. With drought and warming summer temperatures, we decided to share five ways we’re conserving water. 491 more words

Cool Cars ...

At the same time that I got the photos of the vintage trailers shown in a recent post, we ran across these gorgeous cars at the Motoring Thru Time car show. 43 more words


We are Iron, like a Lion, in Zion...

Andrea and I stopped celebrating our original wedding anniversary that occurs in December quite a few years back. Probably right around the time Jami was born, which happened in December. 3,032 more words



“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” ~ M Oliver

One thing I noticed about the horses in the Navajoland is that when well cared for, they are gorgeous specimens. 156 more words


Birds of a Feather ...

If I had to choose, I would rather have birds than airplanes. – Charles Lindbergh

Until tomorrow, LAF 6 more words