Monthly Archives: June 2015

St. George

If you want to go to Zion National Park from Las Vegas, you have to go through St George, UT. It is a nice little town. I see a parallel I doubt others do. If you want to go to … Continue reading

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Hoover Dam

  Visited Hoover Dam. It is a beautiful and impressive piece of engineering. Hoover Dam and others on the Colorado are a big contributor to the prosperity of California and the Southwest. We forget how much is really man-made. Large … Continue reading

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in Las Vegas steht ein hofbräuhaus

In Las Vegas steht ein hofbräuhaus. I wanted to walk around a little to see what could be seen. It is very hot in Las Vegas, 110 degrees and sunny. After about a mile and a half I saw an … Continue reading

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Fulfillment Farms – tree farm of the year

My draft to the Tree Farmer of the Year – Some neighbors worried when the Wildlife Foundation of Virginia planned timber harvests on Fulfillment Farm. They thought it might hurt the wildlife, but that was almost twenty years ago. Today, … Continue reading

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Castle Hill Cider

Near Fulfillment Farms (see post below) is Castle Hill Cider. The whole area on the near side of the Blue Ridge is becoming a rural neighborhood of breweries, wineries, art galleries and cideries (is that a word.) The cider is … Continue reading

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