The joy of student life
Hello again Diana, a few months has passed since my last narrative and my life continues to get more interesting. At school on doing well academically however since spring break of discarded most of my former friends and as much as I sometimes want to make a statement by being provocative, I have been dressing down and hanging out with more nerdy types with whom I can have more meaningful conversations. I also hang out fairly regularly with my stoner friends because out of everyone, the make more sense that there seems to have no real solutions for society’s problems other than dropping out. You may recall I went to a swingers party with Bill
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Spring break at Lake Havasu
Spring Break was still four months away when all the talk and planning started. I wasn’t particularly interested, but as the week came closer I realised that if I wanted to be “in” I had to participate. I also came to realise that most of my friends and peers really disliked their lives and they couldn’t wait to get drunk and party like there was no tomorrow.
I talked to Mum and she said that while I could choose not to go, it was a rite of passage that I should probably go through with although I didn’t have to do anything disagreeable. So really, Mum was no help at all and rather than
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The Grand Canyon is one of the worlds wonders and a must see on any American tour. The Grand Canyon is a great chasm carved by the Colorado River cutting through the Colorado Plateau which is slowly rising as the Earths crust changes.
The most popular view points are from the South Rim which is some 7000 feet/2134 m above sea level and often hidden from view 5000 feet or 1524 metres below the rim or the canyon the turbulent Colorado River is popular for white water rafting. On foot it is a two-day hike down to the river and back from the South Rim although you can take a tour by mule.
It’s a longer trip from the North
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Gateway to adventure
College girls, Delta Zeta – Arizona State University.
Situated at over 2000 metres in altitude, Flagstaff is in northern Arizona just over an hours drive from the south rim of the grand Canyon. It’s surrounded by mountains, desert and ponderosa pine forests and a gateway to the San Francisco Peaks, home to Arizona’s tallest mountain (Humphreys Peak) and the Arizona Snowbowl ski resort.
Seasons are distinct, snow in winter and sweltering hot summers, so plan your travel or vacation to suit.
Attractions in the area include:
Sedona, a modern mystery centre for exploring past lives, UFO’s and new age spirituality.
Wupatki National Monument has Native American pueblo sites, and Walnut Canyon National Monument is dotted
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A wide open country
Out back patriot
Arizona is in Southern USA bordering Mexico, California, Nevada, Utah and New Mexico. Much of the landscape is semi desert and the state is split by The Grand Canyon which is also the major attraction.
The oldest inhabitants, The Hopi People emerged from the Third World into this current Fourth World. This life is therefore referred to as the Fourth Way of Life for the Hopi. Hopi knew that life in this fourth world would be difficult and that we must learn a way of life from the corn plant.
National parks include:
Casa Grande National Monument – For over a thousand years, prehistoric farmers inhabited much of the present-day state of
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