Tag Archives: National Monument

WALNUT CANYON – Journey Through a 900 Year Old Native American Settlement

  The Hopi name is Wupatupqa. Also known as Walnut Canyon National Monument, it is the place, about 10 miles southwest of Flagstaff, Arizona, where 900 years ago the Sinagua people lived in at least 25 dwelling rooms along the … Continue reading

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LAKE POWELL & RAINBOW BRIDGE

  A Day Trip on Lake Powell to Rainbow Bridge     Lake Powell is a manmade lake, created by the Glen Canyon Dam at the Arizona side and mostly snaking deep into Southern Utah, filling the canyons carved out … Continue reading

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Panaroma View of Grand-Staircase Escalante

  I haven’t completed posting my tour of the Great Parks of the American Southwest.  Just took a little pause.  Coming up next, the Grand Canyon! But first, to re-whet the appetite, a quick panorama faraway view of the Grand … Continue reading

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MARCHING WITH THE QUAKERS – A NYC Pride Parade Photo Diary

Sunday, June 26, was Pride Day in New York City.  Close to 2 million people watched hundreds of thousands of marchers within about 485 contingents (groups and floats) make their way down 5th avenue, 8th Street and Christopher street, from … Continue reading

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