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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 Complete Guide to Exploring Chaco Canyon

America’s Stonehenge. With such a lofty nickname, who can resist the allure of Chaco Canyon? It took me more than a decade to get there, and now that I’ve finally seen it, I want to move to the four corners area. It’s one of the oldest places of…
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Blogging has taken last place lately behind teaching and working on a M.Ed. full-time. However, summer vacation is fast approaching, the weather is beautiful, and the world is calling. Travel will always be a non-negotiable for me, so no matter how busy I…
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Is Nogales, Mexico safe? Will we get caught up in drug trafficking? How long will it take to cross the border? Is it even worth it? Below is what really happened when we crossed the border into Nogales, Mexico. Walk or Drive Into Nogales? Not a decision…
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Sedona, like life, is beautiful but imperfect. Sedona and I have had a love-hate relationship since 2011. The scenery is amazing, the archaeology is cool, but… there are things that I can’t stand about Red Rock Country. Let’s talk about this love-hate…
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An Introduction Hi friends, welcome back to the blog. No one questions that Rome is full of interesting and unusual places. However, this church in Rome truly stands out. It’s full of unusual history and interesting works of art. It’s the Santa Maria…
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An Introduction Hi friends, welcome back to the blog. No one questions that Rome is full of interesting and unusual places. However, let me tell you about a church in Rome that is really special. Way before I knew what I was doing with a camera, I had the…
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Welcome to Coronado National Memorial. One of the only places in Arizona where you can explore a cave on your own. No permits, guides or lines. Arizona never fails to amaze me, and Coronado cave exceeded my expectations. I’ll guide you as you follow in…
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Getting There Southwestern Arizona is old, really old. There’s so much history here that it would take a lifetime to explore. Just fifty miles south of Tuscon in Santa Cruz county (near Nogales) is an interesting crossroads of Arizona history and culture.…
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Bisbee: Where Copper Was Queen Locally roasted coffee, ghost stories, mining history, shopping for minerals, and historic hotels. Is there one place to find all of that? The answer is yes. Bisbee, Arizona. I’ve visited Bisbee on and off since 2011, and…
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Anyone who knows me knows that I love history and geology. Combine that with a scenic hike and that’s my idea of a perfect day. When I heard that there’s an abandoned mining town at the top of the Huachuca mountains, I was super excited. Not exploring it…
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