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It's About Time

Stacey Abrams is running to become the first black female governor in United States history.

She is running against Stacey Evans for the Georgia governorship on a Democratic platform. 52 more words


Emails Show Interior Expected To Learn Nothing From Public Input On Bears Ears Review

By Chris D’Angelo as published on The Huffington Post

“Wouldn’t be much of a stretch to apply this same line of Neanderthal thinking to the public comment periods for Wild Horses & Burros either!” ~ R.T. 608 more words


Zion National Park

April 29. 2018 .  Zion National Park is unbelievable. So many different vistas .

Lots of photos coming up. No words necessary.   ENJOY!

AND A MILE LONG TUNNEL!! 180 more words


Kerby Peak (Oregon) ~ The Old Way 19-May-2018

The trail up Kerby Peak from the north (White Creek Road Trailhead) is steep and challenging but well graded and rewards your efforts with wonderful views of the Illinois Valley, the Siskiyou Crest, and beyond.  968 more words


London Peak (Wolf Creek, Oregon) 18-May-2018

This is another one of those less glamourous, but interesting, hikes to be found in the back of Sullivan’s 100 Hikes in Southern Oregon (Hike #173 on Page 262 of the 4th Edition).  472 more words


#BMHM: Black Mental Health Matters

The month of May is #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth in the United States. I saw the above graphic circulating on Facebook and instantly loved it. When I first read the words, I knew it was a declaration against the fact that black folk usually aren’t included in larger media representations, the allocation of resources, and most dialogues concerning mental health. 2,172 more words


85 wild horses captured, 4 euthanized in roundup near Las Vegas

By Henry Brean / Las Vegas Review-Journal

“None of the captured horses will be returned to the wild…”

Federal authorities have gathered 85 wild horses and killed four of them during the first five days of their emergency roundup in the mountains west of Las Vegas. 572 more words

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