Monthly Archives: November 2015

Controversy at Princeton Over Woodrow Wilson

Princeton University is considering renaming some of their buildings named after Woodrow Wilson because he was a racist even by the standards of 100 years ago. Like all Presidents, Woodrow Wilson was evil, but he was one of the worst … Continue reading

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Southwest Fall Vacation 2015

Mary and I enjoyed a vacation in Utah, Arizona, and Nevada in September and October. We went to Lakes Powell, Havasu, and Mohave for the first time, along with many places we’ve visited before. The Virgin River in Arizona between … Continue reading

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The Arizona Copper Museum

Mary and I visited the Arizona Copper Museum in Clarkdale, near Sedona, last month. Arizona is The Copper State and Clarkdale is the site of a mine that operated for many decades.

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Kayaking in Arizona

I bought a touring kayak 4 years ago but didn’t use it often until the last 2 months. I paddled in 5 places in Arizona, Lake Mohave near Hoover Dam and Nevada, Lake Havasu near the California border, Tempe Town … Continue reading

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Lake McConaughy, September 2015

I visited Lake McConaughy in western Nebraska in September. It’s an unusual lake because it is large and provides plenty of shade with large cottonwoods. It’s never crowded because it is far from Denver and Omaha.

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