Independence Day, Medicine Bow, WY

These photographs were taken last year during the Independence Day celebrations on the fourth of July in Medicine Bow, Wyoming’s park. It was a fun event, with food provided by the local Lion’s Club. Stay safe this fourth day of July. If you are out driving home from late night fireworks, watch for wildlife on […]

Independence Day, Medicine Bow, WY

These photographs were taken last year during the Independence Day celebrations on the fourth of July in Medicine Bow, Wyoming’s park. It was a fun event, with food provided by the local Lion’s Club. Stay safe this fourth day of July. If you are out driving home from late night fireworks, watch for wildlife on […]

The Mayo Clinic: Birth of a Legacy

Featured Image taken from:¬†https://www.flickr.com/photos/diversey/42370062174/, licensed under Creative Commons. “What about this one? I’m pretty sure I could have this one.” The pointer flicked across the screen as Corbin twitched his mouse to click for more details. “It says here that redness of the skin and fatigue are symptoms.” The chair creaked as he spun around, […]

The Legend of Paul Bunyan

June 28th is Paul Bunyan Day.¬† The legend of Paul Bunyan says that Paul was an incredibly large man who could cut down a tree with a single swing from his axe. He and his blue ox, Babe, shaped the landscape in many ways, such as creating the Land of 10,000 Lakes with their footprints […]

Land of the Free and the Brave

Sudha gazed up into the sky, her keen eyes following the far-off black shape as it banked calmly in the persistent breeze. A gust settled it on the ground as it’s flight became labored. After a moment, the breeze picked up, and a strong wind battered Sudha’s face. Taking advantage of the current, the dark […]

Singing Praises for Sewing

“Ow!” Perched high in her tree, Keihil sucked her finger. I’m reduced to behaving like a toddler by this needle. The thought made her grimace, yanking her finger out of her mouth and instead enduring the sharp pain. That was the third time she had pricked her finger, and she was only halfway through this […]