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Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks

We changed our schedule so that we could get to Colorado earlier, which meant that we only had two days in the Albuqueque area. We both have lived in New Mexico, so we have spent plenty of time in the area and it wasn’t that big of a deal for us to cut this part More

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Getting Away To Seabrook, Washington

When we drove into Seabrook, Washington, I thought I was driving right into Magnolia Homes or a city designed by Joanna Gaines herself. The architecture and craftsmanship of the town screamed modern cottage meets coastal simplicity. The colors and design of each street and collective of homes played off each other in a fresh and More

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The Restoration of Sierra Vista’s Fry Pioneer Cemetery

Community is important. It’s more than just where we live. It’s store clerks, mechanics, doctors, and teachers. It’s our friends and neighbors who keep us company. It’s also the people who take care of the places we mourn members of the community we’ve lost. Elizabeth Wrozek, the new curator of the Henry F. Hauser Museum More

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Visiting Key West and the Hemingway House

Ports of call on the annual  Flower Power Cruise, 2016 included a stop in Key West off the Florida coast. Being only four miles long, it is easily walkable, so we set out on a self-guided tour of the area. Our time was limited, but we did manage to see a lot in the few hours More

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