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You Shoulda Been a Ranger

On a sunny mid-June morning, I woke up with a national monument in my back yard—the second-oldest in the country.

I padded outside. There it was, a five-minute walk away—a great cuesta of Zuni and Dakota sandstone. 1.199 palabras más

Photography by Laura Giardina

Photos from Top Left to Bottom are: “Native Palms,” “Pueblo Dwellings,” and “Wild and Free,”

Laura Giardina is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts, New York, … 87 palabras más

Academy Of The Heart And Mind


It is really exciting to learn that the American National Parks; U.S. Department of Interior preserve treasured history such as the dwellings that are called Pueblo. 93 palabras más


What a Difference a Year Makes

Last year, I was at EPCOT and Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World for “Stitch Day,” which I didn’t even know was a thing before that day. 464 palabras más


Chavez Pass

Arizona is filled with many vast expanses and amazing viewpoints.  The landscape is diverse and varied, with cactus in the south and pine trees in the north.  184 palabras más


Headline from 1606: Spanish Conquistador Juan de Oñate recalled to Mexico City

Sante Fe, NM:  In a stunning turn of events, Governor of the Northern Territories Juan de Oñate was recalled to Mexico City today by Spanish authorities for excessive violence and brutality against both Natives and colonists.

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