Category Archives: Environment

Public Land and National Monuments

  America has a lot of public land set aside for wilderness, for recreation, for beauty, for animals. This is a uniquely American Idea to set aside a peace of beauty and if one believes in God Creating the World. … Continue reading

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Amsterdam Netherlands

A charming city which we visited in August and September of 2017. This is a city of about 1.5 million in the urban area, but it is quiet and peaceful. People are not in a rush, people take time and … Continue reading

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Hill Country

Some great parks just outside of Austin. McKinney Falls and Pedernales Falls.

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COASTAL REDWOODS

These living things that are taller than the Statue of Liberty and live for up to 3000 years at 370 feet tall. The tallest living thing, Redwoods. The Redwoods stood to watch Dinosaurs roam and once covered the whole west … Continue reading

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NORTH WEST COASTLINE

Rocky rugged Sea meets water Rub rub Wear and friction This is all plastic from the sea

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Padre Island

Once 13 million acres of grassland across Texas and Louisiana. Now only 2 % of the grasslands remain. Lost through development and over grazing.

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San Antonio Texas

The first mission along the San Antonio River was constructed by a Franciscan missionary and began in 1690.  This was the first of 5 missions along the river. The purpose was to convert the savage barbarians to the Catholic Faith … Continue reading

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