The wife and I recently invested in a couple of mountain bikes in an effort to get fit, save money, and perhaps be a little kinder to the environment. This was Deep Creek hot springs, probably once a sweet destination, but now the site of a fatal ameobic disease if you submerge your head (though we saw plenty of people doing this) and a high fecal coliform count. Our penultimate offering is an essay on a Japanese funeral ritual by Daniel Nakanishi-Chalwin, with images from Christos Galanis’ series The Time I Shot the Iliad.
G. Band, N. Hardie, J. Brown and S. Streather of United Kingdom were the first people to summit this mountain. From the top of the mountain you look over Clew Bay and the numerous Islands that litter the seascape. Now, the point of this is that our make-believe President has declared to the world that we (U.S..) are a bunch of torturers…Thus it will be OK to torture us next time when they catch us…because that is what the U.S. does.
As the trail was about two swing left, there was a fairly extensive outcrop with a view to the right. Or people misgauge the time it will take to scale the mountain and then descend, and end up spending an unpleasant and possibly life-threatening night on the mountain.
The people in Arizona are so friendly that is why you would not have a hard time at all from interacting with them and asking them a few questions or information. Myths will always be embellished, and through time such stories gain more intrigue as each person adds a little of their own flavor to they myth.
The fact that anyone might even read this is the most amazing thing to me, I am very grateful for …