Monthly Archives: February 2011

Introducing SCOUT!

Scout is our Prairie Dog Mascot. If you’re new to the site he got his name in a poll of the names suggested by our readers. Scout has a function of more than being a “pretty face”. Scout reviews travel … Continue reading

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The Herring Run Middleboro MA

The Herring Run in Middleboro is on the Nemasket River right off RT 44. It’s location makes it a convenient spot for me to stop to grab a quick photo on my way to work. On my days off I … Continue reading

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Gertrude M Boyden Wildlife Refuge, Taunton Ma

I know I’ve mentioned the Gertrude M. Boyden Wildlife Refuge before in these pages but I’d like to tell you a little more about it. I’ve been spending more time there since I started taking part in the Photo- a- … Continue reading

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Conversation with a Seasoned “Cruiser”

I been doing all this talking about our May trip to Arizona but there are other things to do on Vacation. I went on a cruise to the Bahamas once. It was nice. I had nothing to do with the … Continue reading

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Little Colorado, Painted Desert, Petrified Forest

Rethinking Monument Valley Scenic Drive I know that in yesterday’s post I listed a bunch of options but I was poking around online trying to get more information about the Painted Desert and ran across this link http://www.arizona-leisure.com/painted-desert.html There’s a … Continue reading

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Sedona and Grand Canyon …Tentative Itineary

All right! Things are starting to come together. Here’s what I have so far. This is all subject to booking and my co-traveler’s approval. DAY 1 Saturday is a travel day. we’ll fly out of Albany into Phoenix and pick up the … Continue reading

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Name The Prairie Dog~The results

Well the votes are in as you know and there was a 3 way tie between Scout, Flower and Whiskers. Our editorial panel has been considered the choices because they liked them all but after much deliberation and consideration of … Continue reading

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Getting Lost in Rhode Island

If you’re going to get lost anywhere I guess Rhode Island is a good place since it isn’t very big. Sooner or later you’re bound to see something you recognize. I was headed down to the Audubon Society Environmental Education … Continue reading

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The Bottom of the Grand Canyon

A couple of days ago I mentioned the Native American Journey’s website and the Bottom of the Canyon tour. The Bottom of the Grand Canyon Take a spiritual journey to the depths of one of America’s most breath-taking sites. You … Continue reading

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Monument Valley

  Monument Valley is in Northern Arizona on the border with Utah. I don’t think there is an American alive who is not familiar with it’s iconic landscapes. John Ford set many of his Western movies in this area from … Continue reading

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