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... for Jefferson's agrarian republic of free men.
Fast forward 125 years to the Australian Constitution which, although it was drafted in the last years of the 19th Century, is more a 20th Century document. Much had happened in the intervening years including the worst ravages of the industrial revolution and the destruction of the agrarian social order of the 18th Century. Indeed by the middle of ...
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... We are gladly moving on – I don’t think we are old enough to stay here – at least not for the next 15-20 years, maybe then we can pass in the 75+ park
Papago Park – hole in the Rock
After getting lost in the parking lot, we walk up to the hole in the rock and enjoy the great views of Phoenix through the hole, scramble around the rocks and then also enjoy ...
... is de-boarding so I'll soon be able to get on. I don't want to talk to anyone. I'll be reading "The Buy Side" which is from the library all the way--good chance I'll finish it although hardly started because it is an easy read. I'm so bummed I couldn't find my new "Karen Finerman" book this morning. I had been planning to try to get her to autograph it at CNBC studios when in NY. I deliberately chose to travel today because the markets are closed. I LOVE following the ...
... Gumball Rally and it was a nice town to see in any case. Whiskey Row is the main attraction and most every building on that street has a lot of history attached to it.
Next, while I was looking for more shots from the film, we drove out of town and back in again on Highway 89 (which was 89A down from Flagstaff, if you've been paying attention) and then Highway 69 towards Phoenix. This main four lane highway (there is no Interstate here yet) rises and falls a couple ...