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Bulletin 826, April 22, 2018

Earth Day!

Spring is in bloom in Washington’s Skagit Valley! –Merna Hellevang

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Internet??: Half day at the Grand Canyon

We’ve come to rely on the internet for so much, and we take it for granted–that is until you don’t have it!

I’m on the road again with my friend Alyse. 383 more words

The Dirt Road to the Verde River - Full-Time RV Life

Saying goodbye to Sedona was sad.  We loved the area so much, but it was time to move on to the next stop (Las Vegas).  We wanted to spend the last afternoon in our favorite style–friends, nature, exploring, and relaxing. 360 more words

Full-Time RV Life

John F. Barnes Myofascial Release in Sedona, AZ - truly no words to describe it!

I took my first John F. Barnes Myofascial Release (JFBMFR) course last March in Bellevue, WA.  It was an eye-opening experience in which I felt like I had finally “come home.”   The techniques were simple, yet had better results than I had ever seen in my 11 years of manual therapy training, and on the last day of class I experienced what is known as “unwinding.”  Many people in the therapy world are quite skeptical of this work, as it incorporates fascial tissue, energy, gentle techniques and emotional components.  1,268 more words

Place: Little Horse Trail (Sedona, Arizona)

I’m a little embarrassed to admit I’d never previously hiked on the Little Horse TrailI’m lucky to live close to Sedona and have driven in passed it dozens of time – I just always chose a different spot to spend a few hours. 215 more words


Vertical Tourists: Some Observations from Queen Victoria

This piece was written for my American Literature and the Environment Class, for our Place-Based Essay assignment. 

It’s 8 AM in Sedona. Not early morning – the sun has already peaked over the buttes and towers and otherworldly spires. 3,994 more words