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    How the Grand Canyon Came to Be In the middle of the desert lived a very curious wolf named Tico. Tico had a very good friend named Sandy. Tico and Sandy did everything together. There favorite thing to do was find bones, then hide them deep in the ground. Tico and Sandy were known to be good at finding rare and big bones. Sandy and Tico would often switch task of who was to find the bone and who was to clean the bone. When it was time to hide the bone they would agree on a hiding place, then one would be a lookout to make sure no other animals in the kingdom would know where they hid the bones and claim them as their own. After about a year or two, other wolves caught on to where Tico and Sandy were hiding their bones and started to steal…

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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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    90% of all people who visit the Grand Canyon often visit the South Rim. While the north Rim is 250 miles away and is more remote. The Grand Canyon has many artificial lakes formed from the dams on the Salt and Colorado rivers. The park protects many animals and geological evidence from the rock layers. One quarter of the Grand Canyon is occupied by the Indians, the most in any state, by far. Some of the tribes consists of the Navajo, Apache, Hopi. The canyon has a few national monuments,…

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    Grand Canyon “Beautiful doesn't begin to describe it. A flower is beautiful. But this is beautiful the way that a person is beautiful- terrifying with its jagged edges, yet seductive with its crevices that hide so many secrets.” (Jeri Smith-Ready, Requiem for the Devil) This quote explains how beautiful the Grand Canyon is perfectly I think. Let’s look past how breath taking the Grand Canyon is for a moment and dig deeper in how it really became to be interesting landform it is now. So let us…

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    Why is the Grand Canyon considered a natural wonder? The Grand Canyon is visited by over 5 million people every year. Many people dream of a day to be privileged to see such a beautiful sight. It is one of the most popular of the world 7 natural wonders. It has been recognized as one of these natural wonders because of its enormous size and in addition its beautifully colored landscape. The Grand Canyon is located in the northern part of Arizona in the United States. It is among the biggest…

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    The Grand Canyon is one of the most popular and highly regarded tourist destinations in the United States (or the world, for that matter). However, sometimes it can be fun to go off the beaten path. Here, we present our list of the top 12 alternatives to visiting the Grand Canyon. If you're planning a summer vacation and want to try something new, then this list just might inspire you. Check it out for yourself below! Number Twelve: Todra Gorge Todra Gorge is one of Morocco's most popular…

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    The Grand Canyon is a steep-sided gorge carved by the Colorado River in the U.S. state of Arizona. It is largely contained within the Grand Canyon National Park - one of the first national parks in the United States. President Theodore Roosevelt was a major proponent of preservation of the Grand Canyon area, and visited on numerous occasions to hunt and enjoy the scenery. View from the South Rim. The longstanding scientific consensus has been that the canyon was created by the Colorado River…

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    Arizona. The Grand Canyon State. It's the perfect place for spontaneous road trips to beautiful destinations. I can already see myself hiking up a mountain with my friends to capture the perfect sunset and star gaze long into the night. Spending the summer splashing each other at Havasu Falls will be just another day in paradise. In the winter, we'll drive up to Flagstaff, build some snowmen, and take numerous pictures during an impromptu photo shoot. Then, we'll venture up to the Grand Canyon…

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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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    When I was a child, every night before bed my mother would read to me. She would lay next to me on my little bottom bunk, while the snow fell in the Maine woods outside and the dog slept at my feet and she would read. The stories she read to me were almost always historical fiction, a favorite of both of ours. We read about medieval Europe, ancient Greece, victorian England, the roaring twenties, the world wars, anything before this century really. One day she read me a book called Brighty of…

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