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A Day Trip to Kenai

Over the weekend the Hubs and I made a quick trip down to Kenai to visit family who come up from Arizona each year to fish for salmon.   607 more words


Today in Grateful Dead History: July 25, 1982 - Compton Terrace Amphitheater, Tempe, AZ

When Jerry forgets the first line of the first song of the show (Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo – the title is the most difficult thing about it), you know you’re going to be in for an interesting night.   176 more words

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Them: So, when you lived in London –

Me: I didn’t live in London; I lived in England.

Them (thoughtful silence): Um…what’s the difference between London and England?

Me: (Bangs head against wall).

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Camelback Mountain

This is a photo of what I believe is Camelback Mountain in Phoenix Arizona. We were on another hike that I can’t quiet remember the name of and happened to have a wonderful view of it. 17 more words


Following an argument, an Arizona father allegedly left his daughter to cool down in a desert

An Arizona man is facing child abuse accusations after he allegedly stranded his 10-year-old daughter in a desert with no shoes or water.

Christopher Charles Watson, 28, was arrested on one count of felony domestic child abuse after a woman called 911 on Saturday morning, claiming she had found a girl crying and walking by herself in the 91-degree heat. 237 more words

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Monsoon Lightning Over the Catalinas

Monsoon Lightning Over the Catalinas — Image by kenne

The monsoon is here
Waves of precipitation
Greening the desert.

— kenne


My Heart Lies in Safford

I was safe and sound in Willcox, but something was going to have to change.

Between a Rock and a Hard Place

In my updated route, after I found out I couldn’t walk on interstate highways, the road from Willcox to Safford was a forty-eight mile stretch without a single place to rest or fill up on water. 4,264 more words