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    earth with a fresh blanket of snow. Evergreen trees lined halfway up the face of the mountains, as if their only purpose was to accent the wonder. It was extremely hard for driver to stay focused on the road. Often times pulling over just to absorb the view was safer. The adventurous side of the family began to take over. The excitement of just wanting to go explore, climb the mountains, become absorbed into the scenery as if they were a part of it became evident. One thing was for sure, it was going to be one exhilarating trip. The itinerary for the next day was to drive through Glenwood Canyon to Aspen, Colorado. The drive through Glenwood Canyon was epic. The colors of the canyon wall were picture perfect. Red, oranges, yellows all perfectly placed with in the rock to stimulate the mind. The stream flowing through the canyon was a perfect blue, a clear crisp blue. This canyon was majestic but the family was ready to explore even more. With the excitement of seeing new things they decided to head down the road toward…

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    Glenwood Park Drive Traffic Survey conducted by Blacktown City Council on behalf of Michelle Rowland MP for Greenway of the Lower House of the Federal Parliament I have deduced some specific points from this project. They are: A distressed resident of Glenwood has urgently asked Michelle Rowland (MP for Greenway) to urgently request Blacktown City Council to conduct a survey on the including a monitoring system to detect the speed and frequency of motor vehicles proceeding along Glenwood Park…

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    existed. He was born in a century old adobe house, just down the road from his best friend who lived in a colorful repurposed school bus. He spent his childhood building latilla fences with his father and going to mass on Sundays. When he was sixteen, he got a truck, the same one he was driving now, and would take his friends into the canyon to drink cheap beer and shoot chipmunks with a pellet gun. He went to college in the city and came back to town to teach math and work at the ski resort.…

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    The South Canyon Fire The South Canyon fire was a major fire that occurred on July 2, 1994, seven miles from a town in Colorado named Glenwood Springs. The fire was on Storm King Mountain and burned about 2,115 acres of land and took 14 lives with it. Some major causes of the fire were high temperatures, droughts throughout that year, and low humidity. This fire caused many families and friends to lose loved ones and changed the way firefighters today fight fires. The fire on Storm King mountain…

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    whole earth by God’s design. Many of us have questioned the Word of God; however, investigating to get answers will be the conclusion if the Great flood actually happened in a biblical proportion way as it said in Gen 17:7. Sometimes it is not the intellect of the investigation that gives the answer, for some people need a grandiose scientific, mathematical, or deductive theory to explain or give reason to the answer, contrary to popular belief, looking for the answer in a common sense way…

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    appalling because as consumers of the world we are encouraged to think inside the box, instead of exploring our own creativity. Percy mentions the “planners” or authority/society that dictates what consumers should act in public, what they should wear, and most important; how to think. The planners have a set idea that they suits the consumers to have, however, it is time for consumers to stop the deprivation of expressing their ideas. Although the author regards free thinking he acknowledges…

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    Sartre Theory Of Anguish

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    vertigo comes from anguish created by dependence on your future self and the thoughts of suicide. When we visited the Grand Canyon my mom tried to walk on the six-foot path down the canyon, but couldn’t even make it two steps before she stopped. In that moment she was experiencing vertigo. When you ask her what happened she says she was terrified of slipping off the path and falling to her death. She disagrees with Sartre’s opinion on the cause of vertigo. My mom believes she never would…

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    Grand Canyon History

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    Did you know, that the rock found at the bottom of the Grand Canyon might be around 2 billion years old? Well the grand canyon is one of the best arrays of geological history in the world. It’s home to many different types of animals. It also hosts about 5 million tourists a year. Archaeologists are still not sure how it was formed. The Grand Canyon is considered one of the seven wonders of the world; it reveals millions of years of geological history. The Grand Canyon has a lot of…

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    Machu Picchu would be a great travel destination because of its historical interest. Machu Picchu is one of the world's great archaelogical wonders and one of the most beautiful mountainous areas. Also, is a great historical site because of the history on how it was found. Furthermore, Machu Picchu would be a great historical travel destination because it is one of the world's great archaeological wonders. The story,"The Stones of Machu Picchu", says,"Despite the mysteries…

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    My grandmother, Carol Gondringer, was 25 years old in 1968. 48 years ago was a very different it was very inexpensive back then the gas prices were low, and the motels were only a few bucks which made it an idle time to have a road trip. My grandma and her four friends Ruthie, Bonnie, Cathy, and Carol decided that they wanted to go on a road trip when they would meet up to discuss topics. They decided they wanted to go to the Grand Canyon because my grandma’s grandma had been there before and…

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