I have just published an article on HubPages.com about rosacea and its treatment. Rosacea is a harmless ailment that presents, usually, a red rash on the face. As it progresses one might say it starts to resemble acne after a while.
My article describes natural solutions for treating rosacea. Included are some of the things that bring about positive results. Included is: a common household acid, Vitamin A, 5 less known oils, an exotic bean, and more.
Photo used under Creative Commons courtesy of M.P. Photographiques
Not only are the baubles interesting (Indian jewelry, art, and ceramics too) but the food is great.! Ever had rattlesnake? They say it’s just like chicken! I have had it and it is just like chicken! This is just a photo I took while heading to the Nevada border. My wife and I always stop here.
One of many outdoor wall-hangings at The Wikiup Trading Post eatery, gas station, and curiosity shop in Arizona. 🙂
My wife and I recently went to Las Vegas, Nevada primarily for a reunion with a brother and an old friend. But of course, we went to the casinos. My wife loves the slots!
What we found was that all the casinos on the strip that we visited were not paying! And, all the people we talked to were very frustrated.
It is our belief that if you want some waging satisfaction, go to Arizona. The tribes are paying out according to Arizona state law. There is no doubt, in my opinion, that you will make more than if you stay in Nevada. Hotel rooms in Nevada have been discounted (for the summer 2012), but when you get there you will pay highly for food, taxis, gas, clothes, and much more. If you would like a vacation with desert, mountains, friendly people, and sun, go to Arizona!! For goodness sake, give it a try! What do you have to lose?
With the drought in the midwest being so severe (2012), I became interested in hybrid seeds. It seems that the modification of fruits and vegetables may be the only way we can produce enough food for the planet. After some research I wrote this article. Perhaps it will be of interest. http://www.infobarrel.com/Fruit_and_Vegetable_Hybrids_from_Hybridized_Seeds_Yield_Better_Quality_Produce
This is so interesting. How the mind can back and fill, skip and hop.
Looking from the west, there is a memorial to vets at our hometown cemetery. It appears to be a large white ship when viewed this way. But when you look at it from the east, the outlines are gently absorbed and the addition of plaques and flags and other things seem to erase the outline. Then, it no longer appears so much like a ship. I think this veteran memorial was well thought out and constructed. It is a place that honors the town’s fallen in a dignified, peaceful, and beautiful setting.
Veterans Memorial at Cemetery in Superior, Arizona
- Seen from the east – a memorial to the town’s veterans.
Yesterday, I decided that having done all of my planned chores, I would drive around my sleepy little mining town and photograph whatever interested me. Once in a while it is fun to do.
On my search I found a home that must be occupied by an artist – it is a beautiful home almost at the foot of Apache Leap (in Superior, Arizona) with all manner of artwork painted on the building, attached to the building, and free-standing in the yards. I also caught a double rainbow!
If you are interested in Salado Indian Ruins in Arizona, I have a good slide show at http://john000.hubpages.com/hub/Pre-Columbian-Artifacts-Found-at-Besh-Ba-Gowah-Arizona-Salado-Archaelogical-Tourist-Park
Life is not a destination, it’s a journey.