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By foot, by trolley, by train...by golly
A follow up to my Military Road post from last week, this time about one of the more infamous people to visit the PNW way back in the day: George Brint…
The Sun Cannot Reach It
For a geodork such as I, few urban places are as enticing as cemeteries. Whenever I visit one, I always find wonderful rocks. Typically, the older tomb…
Botanists recently discovered a new and deadly plant, at least if you are a small bug. Found in bogs and other sunny, wet, and infertile locations, Tri…
Dork, Disruption, and Deportment
A noisy child finds his focus
Did humans kill a mastodon and a bison 14,000 years ago?
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The foundation of the urban infrastructure
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