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Monthly Archives: July 2013

RiverCat Journal : Frontier Homestead State Park Museum

Click Any Photo To Enlarge! ” * ” Denotes A Definition Available on the Common Terms Page Current Venue:  Kanarraville, UT Campground: Red Ledge RV Park Visiting: Frontier Homestead State Park Museum in Cedar City Today I headed over to Cedar City and visited Frontier Homestead State Park Museum.  When I first saw the frontier-style … Continue reading »

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RiverCat Journal : Open Windows and Cool Breezes

Current Venue:  Kanarraville, UT Campground: Red Ledge RV Park Click Any Photo To Enlarge! ” * ” Denotes A Definition Available on the Common Terms Page The trip through Southern Utah (and a sliver of Arizona) was a bit of a stress for Memphis Red* at times.  A couple of ascents were slow-going at about … Continue reading »

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RiverCat Journal : Ethel M. Chocolate Factory Tour

Current Venue:  Las Vegas Campground: Thousand Trails Visiting : Ethel M. Chocolate Factory Click Any Photo To Enlarge! ” * ” Denotes A Definition Available on the Common Terms Page The Ethel M. Chocolate Factory tour is perfectly suited for those with short attention spans.  It’s self-guided, spans a hallway all of 100 feet long, … Continue reading »

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RiverCat Journal : Stormy Vegas

Current Venue:  Las Vegas Campground: Thousand Trails Visiting : Poker Palace Click Any Photo To Enlarge! ” * ” Denotes A Definition Available on the Common Terms Page During the aftermath of the 20-day Mt. Charleston wildfire, the rains came.  And boy, did they!  Here’s a video from the North Vegas casino I was playing … Continue reading »

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RiverCat Journal : Prepare to be Frightened…

Current Venue:  Las Vegas Campground: Thousand Trails Click Any Photo To Enlarge! ” * ” Denotes A Definition Available on the Common Terms Page I’ll start with the not-so-scary stuff so you have an opportunity to put the kids to bed first… It’s been an errand week.  I picked up a computer virus — a … Continue reading »

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RiverCat Journal : Beavers in the Desert?

Click Any Photo To Enlarge! ” * ” Denotes A Definition Available on the Common Terms Page Current Venue:  Las Vegas Campground: Thousand Trails Visiting : Clark County Wetlands Park So, a neighbor told me a few weeks ago about this place called Clark County Wetlands Park.  What intrigued me was that he said there … Continue reading »

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RiverCat Journal : The Thunderdome

Current Venue:  Las Vegas Campground: Thousand Trails Click Any Photo To Enlarge! ” * ” Denotes A Definition Available on the Common Terms Page I really thought my last day at work would be uneventful.  As more players are eliminated from the Main Event ($10,000 buy-in poker championship), dealers are sent home for the season.  … Continue reading »

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RiverCat Journal : Mt. Charleston Wildfire

Current Venue:  Las Vegas Campground: Thousand Trails Click Any Photo To Enlarge! ” * ” Denotes A Definition Available on the Common Terms Page I’ve around a few wildfires in my time.  I was nearly evacuated at my hotel in the Arbuckle Mountains in Oklahoma about 10 years ago and saw many more before the … Continue reading »

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RiverCat Journal : Lights, Camera, Action!

Current Venue:  Las Vegas Campground: Thousand Trails Click Any Photo To Enlarge! ” * ” Denotes A Definition Available on the Common Terms Page As Las Vegas breaks the June record for temperatures — 117 yesterday — the A/C  seems to be keeping up!  It has a history of overloading the circuit and, even after … Continue reading »

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