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Where is Home?

My old mentor, Willard Rollings, used to begin his history classes by asking students to introduce themselves. He always wanted to know what we called home. 2,301 more words


Grand Canyon Milky Way Images

Just got back from three days at The Grand Canyon with some Milky Way shots.

National Park

Twin Arrows

We like staying at free places. Who doesn’t? We save a lot of money by sightseeing during the day and staying at free overnight places like Wal-Mart, Cabelas, truck stops, rest areas, and casinos. 182 more words


Our Arizona Summer Adventure Wishlist

Hurray! It is summer now (it’s always summer in Phoenix) and it is time to PLAY! So much has happened since my last post and I’m so excited to update you with all of our exciting offbeat news and to share with you my Summer Adventure Wishlist! 1,031 more words


Huffing Pine Bark

Pine trees.  Nothing is more synonymous to “mountains” than a pine tree.  In fact, when people wax on about how much they love the mountains, they invariably mention the smell of the pines.   845 more words


“Do you know what a blessed thing it is to love and be loved?”

“Do you know what a blessed thing it is to love and be loved?”
-Hyrum Smith, in a letter to June Bushman

People don’t talk this way anymore, much less write. 1,256 more words

Family History

Flagstaff Climate Action Plan Meeting Notes And Commentary

By Elisha Dorfsmith

Last night the Flagstaff Sustainability Department sent out an email to interested parties asking for applications to serve on the City’s proposed Climate Action Plan Steering Committee. 324 more words

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