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From Gran Quivira to Taos along the Turquoise Trail

Author: Jack Jordan
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Last Summer, I had the amazing opportunity to join adventure photographer Kerrick James and a dozen other photographers on a photography workshop presented by… 296 more words


New Mexican Pueblos

One of the most interesting aspects to our visit to New Mexico has been learning about it’s rich history. Especially Native American history. Reading about it is informative, but standing in an ancient pueblo is a totally different way of understanding and appreciating the rich, innovative and sophisticated culture that has existed here for hundreds of years. 506 more words

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La Dehesa, Arganda del Rey

Fotografía tomada el jueves 2 de Abril de 2015, en Arganda del Rey

Exploring Aragón

When I arrived in Spain, I wrote a ‘bucket list’ of everything that I wanted to do this year. With only two months left, I’m now making sure that I’ve ticked off the majority of things, so far so good! 1,001 more words


Con ella no (Extracto)

De pueblo en pueblo anduvo Tomás Enrique por años, ya no dueño de uno, sino de 6 camiones que le manejaban otros. Además tenía uno más moderno que conducía él lleno de flores. 1,202 more words


Lifestyle choices.....

I don’t have any answers, let’s be clear about that. Not even any real suggestions. More questions than anything else. But when we turn our minds to the challenges that have so dramatically been put onto the front page of every media outlet by Tony Abbott, concerning remote aboriginal communities, I can’t help feeling that we need to broaden our horizons a bit and remember that these are not new problems nor unique to Australia. 634 more words

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