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Bright Angel Trail to Indian Garden. Grand Canyon National Park, AZĀ 

“Soft water wears away the hardest stone, not by sheer force, but by relentless persistence.” – Ralph Marston

Recently I made my way to one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World to really kickoff my summer vacation.

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Trails

Arizona's voters are victorious in the fight against gerrymandering

A rare bit of good political news out of the US state of Arizona: the US Supreme Court has rejected efforts by Republican lawmakers to challenge voter-approved congressional district boundaries drawn by an independent commission. 360 more words

BREAKING NEWS . . .

HUFFINGTON POST

“WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 on Monday that a voter-approved independent redistricting commission in Arizona is constitutional.

In response to complaints that the state legislature was engaging in partisan gerrymandering of congressional districts, Arizona voters approved an independent commission to draw district lines in a 2000 ballot initiative. 58 more words

Politics

This starts my summer blogs!

Now, I have been out of school for about 5 weeks, but I still have 5 more weeks i can post! When you live in Arizona the hottest state in the United States, each day is almost excruciatingly HOT. 93 more words

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May 17, 2015 On The Road 4: Grand Canyon

“What time is it?” I asked sleepily, just waking from my sleep…obviously.

“Eleven O’clock in the morning.” Mom answered.

“But WHY?” I was confused, ” I thought we are supposed to go to Grand Canyon before sunrise?” 539 more words

Kid

Arizona Balloon Classic - Part 3

When I am out and about I always look for the unusual to take photos of. Well, the Arizona Balloon Classic was no different!

Right away I spotted the kids’ blow up alien bouncy house! 57 more words

Photography

Ramblings

Once again sitting outside by myself at lunch in triple digit temps. Just looking at the few clouds there are in the sky and contemplating life. 159 more words

Family