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Photo Essay: Tombstone

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Photo Essay: White Sands

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Photo Essay: Flagstaff

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Short Tales from the Southern Rim

The following short (very short) stories are a collection of anecdotes from our two days at Grand Canyon National Park. They aren’t meant to be funny or interesting, but you might find them to be anyway. Enjoy! 1 We sat down at the Cocktail Lounge tucked away in a dusty corner of the storied El […]

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Photo Essay: Grand Canyon

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Photo Essay: Antelope Canyon

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Close Encounter With a Wild Beast

It was just one of those mornings. “Do not – I repeat – do not get too close, Iza,” says Peter with that all-knowing look of my devious side. “Of course,” I retort. “I’m not fucking around, you don’t want to mess with them.” Ignoring him completely, I bounded towards the rickety fence along the […]

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The Canyon With a Thousand Tongues

Today we spent the better part of our morning winding down and stomping up in utter amazement and awe in the natural spectacle that is Bryce Canyon National Park. The hoodoos – carved over millions of years by water, wind, and sexual innuendo – were amazing in their own right. However, I noticed something different […]

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Photo Essay: Bryce Canyon

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Standing on the Corner of Bonanza and California

I’m standing on the corner of Bonanza and California a half block away from Walnut Creek’s quaint, suburban downtown. It’s hot, and the longest red light in the entire Bay Area keeps me locked in my boots trying to find protection in the thin shadow of the light pole. I’ve been here before. In fact, […]

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