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The Earliest Graffiti? Petroglyphs and Pictographs…

Where ever we travel, we enjoy finding and photographing Native American rock art. We’d have to say, our recent trip through Nine Mile Canyon outside of Price, Utah was one of our most amazing experiences. The Canyon has a spectacular … Continue reading

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Who are we? Where are we?

“It doesn’t matter where you are; you are nowhere compared to where you can go.” – Bob Proctor This post is a little different. We usually write about a place or event. This one is about us and change… It … Continue reading

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What a Year! From Polar Bears to Petroglyphs, over Highways, Oceans, and Beyond….

Memories abound of our past year and a half! From the desert southwest, to the tundra of northern Canada, to the Atlantic coast, we’ve met so many new people, visited wonderful new cities and towns, and experiencing some of our … Continue reading

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