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“Sanitas,” in Latin, means “health.” Mt Sanitas was originally a quarry owned and operated by the University of Colorado, but was bought by the city in the early 1900s in order for the beautiful mountain to be preserved and protected for future generations.

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USA California / Nevada / Arizona Road Trip May 2016 Day 9 – Grand Canyon South Rim

On all my previous visits to Las Vegas, I always visited the Grand Canyon West Rim. This is because it’s only 2 hours away compared to the long 5 hour drive to the South Rim. 732 more words

Trip Reports

It's the End of The World as We Know It

Sounds like a song, doesn’t it? But, no. It’s an absolutely gorgeous sight, set right out in the middle of Nowhere, Arizona! 612 more words

Colorado Trail

What's up, Flagstaff?

Flagstaff is a strange city. It’s secluded in the middle of a forest, yet it’s bustling. The university is populated mainly by liberal millennials, but the born-and-raised Flagstaffians are predominately conservative 30+. 167 more words


Lightning Strike Kills Teenage Hiker Near Humphreys Peak Summit in Arizona

A lightning strike killed a teenage hiker this week at the highest point in Arizona, police said.

The unidentified 17-year-old male hiker was fatally struck Wednesday near the summit of Humphreys Peak, the Coconino Sheriff’s Office said. 210 more words


2000 miles, 34 weeks pregnant; Clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose.

Earlier today we made an announcement on our social media accounts that we are moving back home to Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The past few months have been a whirlwind of emotions and a lot of waiting on the Lord. 531 more words


The Inevitable Cycle

This summer, I had a wonderful opportunity to visit Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona. It’s famous as the site where Percival Lowell observed Mars for many years, recording his observations of the canals he—and most mainstream scientists of the day—believed they saw. 464 more words