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The Mountains of Madness

Sometimes an image isn’t what it looks like.  When a lot of people first look at this photo they see snow, with drifts across a wide plain reaching towards a distant mountain range.  You can feel the cold, the wind … Continue reading

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Reaching for the sky

We all love flight.  Face it; you do, I do, every little kid you know has wanted to fly.  From time immemorial we people have dreamed of the sky, watched birds, created stories like Icarus.  For a century now we’ve … Continue reading

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American Historical Site- Fort Crown Point New York DISCOUNT CODE INSIDE

Back before the United States were the United States, or even seriously considering operating as a collection of colonies, the English and French were involved in a globe spanning struggle.  The origins of this struggle don’t particularly matter to this … Continue reading

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American Historic Sites – Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park

The nineteenth century was an incredibly complicated period for the young United States. While the major points of our collective histories in this period are of course Slavery and the Civil War and Western Expansion a major portion of both … Continue reading

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Arizona- Buffalo Park Horizon

Buffalo Park stands at the northern end of Flagstaff.  It is perhaps the largest park in Flagstaff, and is a popular destination for locals. It has an extensive running and walking trail system that are used by many joggers.  It … Continue reading

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Monuments Week- St.Louis Soldiers Memorial Exterior (First World War)

One of the titles that Christians use for Jesus is “Prince of Peace” this week while many of us celebrate Christ’s birth, let us take time to remember those who have died in war, be it for patriotism, honor, or … Continue reading

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Colorado and Utah- Green River Canyon

Really, in this case, the caption says it all.  Except that you need to go there and see it for yourself, because even though I may profit off of you buying the photo, it really can’t do this sight justice. … Continue reading

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Colorado and Utah – Temple Square

I’ll get it out of the way right now.  I’m not Mormon.  But I have been to Salt Lake City a few times.  I’m comfortable there, in fact more comfortable then I am in other parts of Utah.  I think … Continue reading

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