Monthly Archives: September 2012

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Gates to Home

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From my journal, written over the course of a week.  I started writing it before a day hike with the NAU Hiking Club, and continued thinking about it throughout the week.  We even talked about it – I forget in … Continue reading

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Considering Different Hats

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Writing in a journal is hard work!  I feel that it is almost unnecessary for me now – but of course it might be useful in the future.  I am an active thinker: I reflect quickly and concretely throughout the day.  But here’s … Continue reading

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Analyzing the Shelter Log

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From our trip to Picture Canyon on Friday, 21 September.  I sat on a rock in a small field, at the base of a large pile of boulders with petroglyphs (rock art) that date back to the Pueblo II and … Continue reading

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Questioning the Hiker

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The follow was written on Thursday, 13 September 2012 at two sites.  The first paragraph (separated into two sections by the acronym definition) was written in the morning, at Tuzigoot National Monument.  I was sitting on a bench at the … Continue reading

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Passing the Past

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The following is my reflective essay from our visit to the Grand Canyon Pioneer Cemetery and Shrine of the Ages.  This site is a religious facility, educational center, and cemetery.  Within the wooden fences of the cemetery lay prominent individuals … Continue reading

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Reverting the Camp

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Man, having a blog is really difficult (much less just a journal!).  But, I’m doing my best.  Well, maybe not so much my best but rather I am putting forth as much effort as I see this worth.  A friend … Continue reading

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Tuesday: Hunting for the Superintendent

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Tuesday: Tuesday started with bagels. And yogurt.  And everything you can imagine that goes well with either of those staples (cream cheese, jam, fruit, granola . . .).  Jacob and Megan came by early to formally introduce us to the … Continue reading