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Anjel Craig
Attended Northern Arizona University
Lives in Chandler, AZ
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Omigosh that's so awesome!  I've always wanted to visit there.  I wanted to go when I lived in AZ as a kid but the parents never gave me the chance :/

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analytical chemistry, microbiology, plant ecology, soil ecology
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Chandler, AZ
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Tempe, AZ - Flagstaff, AZ - Picayune, MS - Oxford, MS - Victoria, BC - Hattiesburg, MS
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Dancing Desert Dweller working in the environmental consulting business who enjoys hiking, mushroom and plant taxonomy, writing, digital art, crafty pursuits, and hulahooping. Occasionally shares photos from Arizona and other travels.
Introduction
 I enjoy hiking in the beautiful part of the country I've been so fortunate to live, and getting out to go on mushroom hikes and see what's in bloom. I also enjoy gardening, and I have kept an aquarium full of fish and plants most of my life. For the physical side of things I enjoy hulahooping, tribal belly dance, and I sometimes do Tai Chi. I also enjoy making things, and drawing and I have a very diverse interests in art including jewelry making, crochet, knitting, digital art, sewing, costume making, sculpting etc. I'm happily married to my husband as of May 22, 2010. 
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Married to my life mate of 14 years, lives in Phoenix, Has a MS and a BS, Traveled to Canada, Thailand, Belize, Mexico and Guatemala with many more countries in the plans,
Education
  • Northern Arizona University
    Biology, 2010 - 2014
  • University of Southern Mississippi
    Biology, 2002 - 2007
  • University of Mississippi
    Biology, 2008 - 2010
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Brought my car (1999 Buick LeSaber) in for an oil change. Was told that I need to have the fuel pressure regulator changed and it needed to be right "Now" and was going to cost me 290 dollars I did not have. I told them I could not afford it, even though they pressured me insistently, telling me that my car was going to break down at any moment. My husband checked the fuel pressure regulator and it was just fine. My car did end up breaking down the day after I took it to this mechanic, but not because of the fuel pressure regular but because the security system in the ignition locked had malfunctioned, where as before I brought it to this place it worked just fine. I had to spend 200 on getting my car fixed either way. Needless to say I won't be going back.
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reviewed 5 months ago
The food is very tasty but over priced (like 13 dollars for their Pho Bien and 10 dollars for their least expensive Pho). The waitress is really whacky too and I over heard her telling other costumers not to get their kids vaccinated. While the food is tasty, I'm probably not going to go back because of how expensive it is and because I don't want to support establishments that are anti-vaccinators.
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