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Jaunting Jen
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Army Veteran, Travel Blogger, Yogi
Army Veteran, Travel Blogger, Yogi

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The Well The third time I stopped along the winding road to admire Montezuma Well was a little different. Funny story how these historic site came by the name “Montezuma,” but we’ll get to that later. For now lets take a journey together, through two…

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Fifty-Thousand Years Ago A long time ago, back when the Colorado Plateau was a damp and grassy woodland, something spectacular happened. The only witnesses were lumbering mammoths and curious sloths. The aftermath of this spectacular event is still…

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Home Sweet Home Seven months already? Is that how long we’ve been in Arizona? Time really does fly when you’re having fun. Last year we thought we wanted to live like full-time nomads. So we downsized and went to Mexico for the summer. Even though that…

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Three years of blogging, just like that. A lot has happened in three years and I’ve learned a lot about blogging in that time. Think of Your Blog as a Business One of my biggest mistakes from the beginning of blogging is treating the blog more like a…

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Without water. That’s the name of the people that people that once lived in north-eastern Sedona, Arizona. About 900 years ago the Sinagua Indians lived in a thriving settlement high up in the Sedona red rocks. They left behind artifacts, cliff dwellings,…

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This is the first post in a series about National parks and monuments in the American Southwest. Moving to Arizona makes me realize that there’s a whole world to explore right here in America. We recently visited Saguaro National Park in Tucson and…

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So you only have a few days in Cancun? Or maybe Tulum? There are literally hundreds of archaeological sites in Mexico and you can’t see them all, or can you? We spent six weeks traveling around the Yucatan, and still didn’t see everything. However, we did…

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Three years and one-hundred blog posts. Time truly flies when you’re having fun. There should probably two or three times that number of posts, but you know, life. Through chronic illness (Multiple Sclerosis), moves, teaching ninth grade, getting a yoga…

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La Pasteleteria – Cancun Although Cancun was pretty much a disaster, coffee at Pasteleria is an amazing experience. It really is coffee like you’ve never had it before. Ordering alchemist coffee on a whim was an adventure in itself. Finding the restaurant…
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