Why Visit? There’s a very special piece of land in southern Arizona. It’s a place that people have roamed for ten-thousand years. It’s also a place where movie stars lounged at a historic ranch while filming classic westerns. Today, this area is a forty-five thousand acre Bureau of Land Management […]
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America’s Stonehenge. With such an enticing name, it’s hard to resist the pull of this ancient place. Chaco Canyon is one of the oldest places of habitation in the United States. A trip there is life-changing. I first learned about Chaco Canyon from books, of course. With a turbulent childhood […]
Blogging has taken last place lately behind teaching and working on a M.Ed. full-time. However, summer vacation is fast approaching, the weather is beautiful, and the world is calling. Travel will always be a non-negotiable for me, so no matter how busy I am, I will always make time, even […]
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