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A Rock from the Mountains

Here’s another poem for you all! It’s about a rock. I’m serious. Not The Rock. rock. A rock I found in the mountains last weekend when I went up to New Paltz. 193 more words

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Gingerbread Man vs Uncommon Stupidity

The more I think about this, the saltier I get. See, my geography teacher was freaking bipolar about the assignments she gave us. People were  636 more words

Ancient Boundary Marker at edge of Gallows Hill

Alongside busy Marlborough Road on the Salem – Peabody line, unnoticed by drivers passing between the two cities, stands this stele (a word never used outside of crosswords) marking the Salem – Danvers boundary. 193 more words


Land of Seven Sisters – Tripura - (Part 7)

Here we are with the last part of our Land of Seven Sisters Series. Let us explore Tripura, a place of satiety which is the smallest state among the seven sister states. 804 more words


GeoText Expedition 3 – Chasing Geography Textbooks In A Camper Van: Cheddar Gorge

The next adventure took us to Cheddar Gorge in Somerset.

When teaching about limestone scenery, I often made reference to this textbook photograph:

The image came from a textbook titled ‘Investigating Physical geography’’ by Neville Grenyer. 479 more words


GEO4B Pre-Release Resource Pack for June 2018 exam (resit): Morpeth Floods

June 2018 Exam: Morpeth Floods

Order your A Level AQA GEO4B Resource Pack now! Written
specifically for the Advance Information on the 2018 topic.

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Big Metro Areas In Florida Keep Getting Bigger

This piece first appeared on Forbes.com.

This week the U.S. Census Bureau released county and metropolitan statistical area (MSA) population estimates for 2017. Six of the top ten counties with the largest gains were in Texas, and overall 57% of counties grew while 43% shrank. 591 more words