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Reblogged from BLACKWATER LOCALITY #1: A tardy post. Several weeks back I, along with David Kilby, was fortunate to be asked to come help with an excavation in central New Mexico. The project was the brainchild of Robert Dello-Russo from … Continue reading
Reblogged from lastactonearth's Blog: Story coming soon: the White Horse and how it wove itself into our story in various guises. Read more… 39 more words
While pretend to all participate as capitalists, mostly we are their tools.
A new post from the Minimalists. “I don’t own many things. But everything I own adds value to my life. Each of my belongings—my kitchenware, furniture, clothes, car—functions either as a tool or gives some sort of positive aesthetic value to my life. That … Continue reading
Spotted a couple years ago in southern Arizona… Pretty basic but gets the job done.
Some much needed rain this week in central New Mexico…
Reblogged from BLACKWATER LOCALITY #1: I feel we are in a constant struggle with BAD journalism… from the local paper to Smithsonian Magazine to the History Channel, we constantly fight to print real information. Catch phrases, bad researchers, political lobbyists … Continue reading
Reblogged from BLACKWATER LOCALITY #1: Recent travels allowed for a quick visit to the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits. Now in their one hundredth year of excavation, the site has yielded over 600 species to date with … Continue reading