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Enjoying two parks is better than one

The summer is always busy with plenty of things to do. So, when we have a rare weekend day with no plans it can be difficult to decide what to do. 1,310 more words

Family Fun

Aranged mariege part five

They fell asleep in each other’s arms.they woke up the next morning. “Hunnie, what do you want for breakfast?”she asked. “Um. Whatever. I usualy do a sinple breakfast. 1,871 more words


Left to Go Left

I had the honor of chaperoning Full Speed and some classmates for their sixth grade trip to Sea World.  Thankfully, Mad Dog was able to attend.   496 more words


Saguaro Lake

Saguaro Lake is set in the Sonoran Desert and is rimmed with canyon walls. As the name implies, the shores of the lake are studded with majestic Saguaro cactus. 61 more words


Whanganui Detours

The Desert Rd was closed due to all that wonderful snow that had been sent at my request. So, around the western side of the mountains we went enjoying places we had picnicked at during the Summer months now all covered in freezing white.We drove past trees packed with fresh snow driven against one side. 271 more words


 Career fair injures three, hospital hires two

By Amos Emmett / Beacon paddle boat expert

Three people suffered non-life threatening leg injuries during the recent Career Fair and paddleboat races, held last Saturday from 9:45 a.m.-4:45 p.m., at Gerald Fjord Park and Boat Launch on the east side of the lake called Bass. 169 more words

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Day 2: Mexico City

On our second but first full day in Mexico City, we ate a delicious breakfast at Rosetta, a panadería in the Cuauhtémoc neighborhood, and then went to the Bosque de Chapultepec (Chapultapec Forest), the largest park in the Western Hemisphere. 98 more words