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Kens CreekSide for Views and Food in Sedona

Published on April 14, 2013 by

We, my pups Frick and Frack and myself, have been driving from Houston to Sedona, AZ. We were all tired of being in the car and I was hungry. There are few healthy places to eat along the way and I was looking for some good food.

Since I've been to Sedona many times, with the full intention of living here sometime this year, I knew where to go... Kens Creekside.

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Published in AZ

New edition of Flagstaff geologist’s book shows evolving theories on Grand …

Published on September 28, 2012 by

When I first visited the Grand Canyon years ago, I was told about how the Colorado River formed the canyon over thousands of years. Now there is a theory that another river was also involved. Geologist Wayne Ranney talks about the new theory in his book "Carving Grand Canyon."

New edition of Flagstaff geologist's book shows evolving theories on Grand ...

"There to help make sense of it all is Flagstaff geologist ...

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Published in Arizona, AZ, Uncategorized

Modern life, ancient ruins coexist in Southwest – The Denver Post

Published on September 25, 2012 by

I'm always fascinated when I'm in the ancient ruins. I wonder what life was like at that time, what they were thinking and doing. I look at where the fire pit may have been and think of my own gas stove that I just need to turn a dial and the flame comes.

Modern life, ancient ruins coexist in Southwest - The Denver Post

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Published in Arizona, Attractions, AZ

Modern life, ancient ruins coexist in Southwest

Published on September 11, 2012 by

This article gives an overview of some of the beautiful ruins of the Southwest. There are also some wonderful photographs here which will give you an excellent taste of what it's like to visit these places where the ancients once live.

Modern life, ancient ruins coexist in Southwest

"Canyon de Chelly National Monument in Arizona is managed jointly by the Park Service and the Navajo Nation. Visitors ...

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