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  • Seattle skyline from the ferry en route to Bainbridge Island
    Exploring Bainbridge Island on foot
    Dying to get out of the city but don’t have a car? Take a day trip to Bainbridge Island on the Kitsap Peninsula, where there are plenty of natural sites to take in on foot.Around-tripferry ride from Seattle’s waterfront ferry terminal,...
  • Little Fish Records Announces signing of Akron-based soul rock group Winslow
    Little Fish Records Announces signing of Akron-based soul rock group Winslow
    Little Fish Records (LFR) announced today that it has signed the Akron-based soul rock group, Winslow to a production and distribution deal in conjunction with RCR Recording Studios (Solon, OH). The group will be releasing their 2nd full length...
  • Pope and Bishop
    World Food Day Observed
    On the occasion of World Food Day observed on October 16, 2012, Pope Benedict XVI sent a message to the Director General of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Mr. Jose Graziano da Silva detailing how Agricultural...
  • Citizens of Mexico took precautions against the H1N1 virus
    Arizona dealt with the Spanish Flu of 1918 long before the Swine Flu of 2009
    In 2009 Phoenix, along with other cities around the world, was taking serious precautions against the spread of the deadly H1N1 virus, otherwise known as the Swine Flu. This, however, was not the first time that Arizonans had to deal with a deadly...
  • Homolovi Pottery - Homolovi State Park
    Homolovi State Park in Arizona: Open to visitors
    When I visited newly re-opened Homolovi State Park near Winslow, Arizona, I learned a few things. I was impressed by the rangers telling me that Homolovi was a large cluster of seven villages located along the Colorado plateau. Imagine, some of...
  • La Posada Hotel, Winslow, AZ
    What’s new at Winslow’s La Posada
    Fall at La Posada, the historic Harvey House hotel in Winslow, Arizona is a beautiful time. The gardens are waning yet colorful and the gardeners are planning their winter vegetable gardens.It’s a time when it is still warm enough to sit...
  • Adopt a Native Elder Program
    Exploring Winslow, Arizona as a voluntourist
    Voluntourism is fast becoming a very popular way to travel and learn. I recently returned from an adventure on the Navajo Reservation in northern Arizona visiting and bringing food, supplies and friendship to the traditional Navajo elders. Winslow...
  • The Week’s Most Talked About Book: Sara Gauldin reads ‘Satori’ by Don Winslow
    The Week’s Most Talked About Book: Sara Gauldin reads ‘Satori’ by Don Winslow
    Sara Gauldin, a resident of North Carolina for 12 years, is a true lover of books. Gauldin enjoys reading so much, she shares her love of books with her young son, Thomas. He’s bright, curious, and atthe age of one, “he’s had his...
  • Good News: Homolovi State Park to re-open
    Good News: Homolovi State Park to re-open
    I was pleased to find out that Homolovi Ruins State Park, just off I-40 near Winslow, AZ will be re-opening. An agreement wasmade between the Hopi Tribe and Arizona State Parks. The parkwas closed Feb. 22 due to state budgets cuts that closed...
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    Voluntourism to the Navajo Reservation - Visiting the traditional elders
    You can volunteer on the Navajo Reservation. I've been doing it for years with the Adopt a Native Elder Program, based in Salt Lake City and Park City, Utah. You may not realize it but some treasures from the past are living out on the far...
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    Ghosts of the La Posada Hotel in Winslow Arizona
    Related articlesHaunted Winslow Theatre Ghosts of Bojo's Grill and Sports Club Ghosts of Two Guns Almost everyone is familiar with the Eagle’s hit song, “Take It Easy”, and it’s still the most popular place to stop on Route...