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North America » United States » Arizona » Grand Canyon February 20th 2021

Skywalk at Grand Canyon Arizona, USA 2010... read more
Me and My Cousin’s Family at Skywalk

North America » United States » Arizona January 23rd 2021

2021-1 California, Nevada, ArizonaTrip 12-31-2020 Hom nay toi len duong di Las Vegas de mung new Year Eve tai noi hang nam co to chuc chai don count down nam moi lon nhat the gioi. Tuy nhien nam nay co Covid-19 nen to chuc mung New Year Eve se dioc to chuc rat han che vi tranh nhieu nguoi tu hop lai. Toi khoi hanh luc 2Pm tu California va den Las Vegas luc 9pm vi rat nhieu chan duong bi ket xe. Tren duong di toi ghe qua Mitchell Cave Mitchell cavern nam trong Providence Mountains o do cao 4,300ft cua Mojave desert. Cavern nay duoc tai nen tu hon 11,000 nam truoc di nuoc voi do cao cua carbonic dao mon limestone de tao thanh cave. Khoa hoc gia tim thay nhieu bo xuong ... read more

North America » United States » Arizona January 23rd 2021

1-2-2021 Sedona Sang thuc day ngoai troi lanh 30F. Toi di den Sedona Red Rock State Park. Trong park nay co nhieu thu rung. Toi kiking trong state Park khoang 1 hr roi lai xe di Red Rock crossing de di den Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park. Stupa duoc xay vao 7-2003. Stupa duoc xay len lam noi tho cung va duoc xay tren mot xuon nui da do. Duoc xay nen boi nhom nguoi Tibet. Stupa la tuong tho cung lau nhat tren trai dat duoc xay len de ton vinh su ton tho va hoa binh. Stupa o Sedona khoi thuy duoc khoi xuong boi jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo, lanh dao tinh than cua nguoi Tibet. Tuong bang Bronze duoc xay len . khong can phai la nguoi dao Phat de den day. Stupa duoc ... read more

North America » United States » Arizona » Tucson January 8th 2021

Was a really nice weather day in Tucson, about 74 degrees this January day, and I took advantage and played nine holes at the url= 9 at the url= Pass Golf Club . I ended up not being paired with anyone as there were really no other groups playing that 9 in the afternoon as I was. As I was walking up the 8th fairway to find my ball for my third shot to the par 5, I discovered that there were not people working behind the green, but rather a group of Javelina or Collared Peccary, luxuriati... read more

North America » United States » Arizona November 24th 2020

2020 11 Sunset Crater Volcano, Arizona 2020 11 Wupatki National monument, Arizona 11-17-2020 Sunset Crater Volcano, Wupatki National Monument, Grand Canyon. Toi hom qua tren freeway to thay co Volcano gan thanh pho nen sang nay toi den tham. Do la Sunset Crater Volcano. Cach day 1,000 nam nui lua o day phun len va phun xuat thach tao nen phong canh hien nay. Lava chay xuong khi nui lua phun len chay dai khoang 1.5 miles. Toi hike tren lava rat la. Co khoang 600 nui lua o vung nay goi la Arizona San Fransisco Volcanic field. Structrure cua da do tu Bryce Canyon den Zion den Grand Canyon deu giong nhau. Sau do toi den Wupatki National Monument cach do khong xa. Wapatki National Monument la noi cu tru cua dan thieu so da ... read more

North America » United States » Arizona November 24th 2020

2020 11 Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona... read more

From National Day: National Hamburger Day is observed each year on May 28. This day celebrates a summer-time grilling favorite and National Hamburger Day is part of National Hamburger Month. Hamburger. Seasoned ground beef, grilled and placed between two slices of bread or a bun. Top with sautéed onions, peppers, pickles, sliced onions, or cheese. Add condiments such as ketchup, mustard or mayo. Any one of these combinations would create a modern American version a hamburger. It is most likely that the hamburger sandwich first appeared in the 19th or early 20th centuries, but there is much controversy over its origin. Over the years, the hamburger has become a culinary icon in the United States. The world’s largest hamburger was prepared on September 2, 2012, in Carlton, Minnesota by Black Bear Casino Resort and weighed in ... read more
Coltons Social House
I enjoy an In N Out Burger on the road

North America » United States » Arizona » Gila Bend May 28th 2020

Think has published a great article about anti-Asian rhetoric from the Orange Man, and others. Here are some excerpts. It makes me sad, since my parents and grandparents went through Relocation and incarceration (see tar paper barracks above) after Pearl Harbor. I often try to imagine how they felt, particularly when my Uncles (one pictured above) were drafted into the Army, to fight the very country from which they came. I sincerely hope we are not headed down this path again. Here:In the past several months, countless Asian Americans have been punched and kicked and threatened, told that they'll be sorry if they don't leave this country — their country. They've been blamed for COVID-19: yelled at by strangers in parking lots, refused service at stores and needlessly, cruelly scapegoated ... read more
Camp life in the hot Arizona desert
Asian protests today
My Uncle was drafted out of Relocation camp, sent to Japan with the MIS

North America » United States » Arizona » Willcox March 24th 2020

blog 03-24-20 Chiricahoua National Monument After Watson's walk I tucked him in at the camper for the day and I was off to explore Chiricahoua Nat'l Monument which was about a 50 min drive. The route took me along the base of the eastern mountain range along the Sulfur Flats then the road curved east through a break in the mountains. Part was through the gap I spotted an old graveyard and I just had to stop. It was called Pioneer Cemetery and after going through the gate I walked around a little to see how old it was. There were beautiful yellow flowers blanketing the graves and an occasional fence separating one family from the next. Pictures I wanted to investigate further but time was ticking and Chiriricahua was calling. I went out the gate ... read more
going up through the mountain
Pioneer Cemetery
old stone

North America » United States » Arizona » Willcox March 23rd 2020

blog 03-23-20 Patagonia to Willcox I was packed up and ready to leave by 9:30 which is remarkable for me. The road was a 2 lane 55 mph country road winding through pastures and scrubs. There were small Mesquite trees along the way and lots of cactus. I took a picture of bear grass with last years blossom stem and a century plant with it's old stem to compare the size of the 2. Then the terrain opened up and the speed limit was 65 or whatever you wanted to do with the mountain in the distance. I chose another smaller road vs the interstate to get into Benson where I picked up some supplies and headed east on interstate 10. Before long I was in Wilcox and found my campground Ft Wilcox Campground. I will ... read more
3 white winged doves hanging out in the century plant
mesquite trees
going into a valley with a river

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