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Sunday Hikes: Lighthouse Trail

For the longest time I have heard of Palo Duro Canyon and about how awesome it is. Sitting just south of Amarillo and I-40 I have driven right by it many times but never stopped to check it out. 458 more words

Travel

Are Slot Canyons Dangerous? Can I explore one, please?

Utah and Arizona are littered with slot canyons.  You may know a little about and may be wondering what they are really like and if there is an easy one to explore.  744 more words

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Viva Las Vegas:

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas….except of course for all the great pointers I’m going to mention for any of you considering visiting Vegas. Whether you’re into the party scene or just a relaxing time, this place has the best of both. 1,402 more words

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Photo Finish Friday: ‘Sunset at Horseshoe Bend’, by Russell McGuire

Click the picture above for full-size. On Photo Finish Fridays, I feature a selected piece of landscape photography that I have come across. I find that real-world photography can be just as inspirational to my imagination for crafting story settings as any piece of fantastic artwork that I might share on a Tuesday. 76 more words

Writing

Swim Bike Run epiphany...

#throwback to years (in weekend warrior terms) of active road running, triathlon cycling, and triathlon swimming. Cycling and swimming were, by the by, activities that came about BECAUSE of my love for running. 119 more words

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Thought For the Day: Windstorms Carve the Beauty of Canyons

“Should you shield the canyons from the windstorms you would never see the true beauty of their carvings.” – Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, psychiatrist and author (8 Jul 1926-2004)

Thought For The Day

Weekly CPD report

On May 7 officers were sent to an address on Canyon East Parkway in reference to a disturbance involving a male and female. The investigation is ongoing. 270 more words