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Fulani herdsmen menace: Gov't to create cattle ranches .

There have been multiple clashes between local communities and the nomadic herdsmen who are sometimes accused of invading peoples’ farms with their cattle to graze.

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Mud Eagles

On the way to Flagstaff, we caught 2 bald eagles and a golden eagle hanging out outside of Lake Mary.

Eagles are always a thrill to see.  105 more words


The MacKinnon Greenhouse

WordPress has notified me that today is year 8(!) of keeping this little slice of interwebs. Wow! That is such a long time to stay consistent with anything; to commemorate this blogging milestone, I will post for the sake of trying to maintain that consistency! 693 more words



While I drive to Nevada today (and try to figure out blogging on the road haha) I am going to throwback to Arizona! After one of the times I worked at Santa Fe Opera, my friend (and fellow Pegalupe) Corinne and I road tripped through Arizona (and on to California and Oregon) together for 3 nights/4 days. 354 more words

First 28 States (and D.C.)

John and Solomon Berry - Early Settlers at Flagstaff, Maine

At the time of William Bingham’s Kennebec Purchase, the Million Acres included¬† Township No. 4 in the 4th Range West of the Kennebec River – Flagstaff, now in Franklin County. 759 more words

FUSD Sends Letter To Parents Saying Students Have A "Constitutional Right" To Protest During School Hours

In response to anti gun protests by Women’s March organizers, the Flagstaff Unified School District sent a letter to parents this week saying students have a “Constitutional Right” to protest during class. 78 more words


Arizona, the Beautiful

After Joshua Tree, we were finally on our way out of California and it felt as though we were really starting our trip out into unexplored territory. 1,131 more words