Category Archives: Aboriginal

Grand Irony of The Week!

“For all sad words of tongue and pen, the saddest are these, ‘it might have been.’” (John Greenleaf Whittier) ****** Irony: the humorous or mildly sarcastic use of words to imply the opposite of what they normally mean. Just a … Continue reading

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Wisdom

First Posted on July 25, 2014 Photo by frugalchariot The World English Dictionary defines Wisdom as “the ability or result of an ability to think and act utilizing knowledge, experience, understanding, common sense, and insight.” I find it most interesting … Continue reading

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Drought and Heat vs. Civilization(s)

Posted on January 18, 2013 Photos by frugalchariot Sinagua Petroglyph Collage: a few of the more than 1000 ancient glyphs carved on a sandstone cliff face at theV-Bar-V site near Wet Beaver Creek in the upper Verde Valley of Arizona … Continue reading

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“How Would American Indians Teach US History?”

Originally Posted on June 27 2013 All photos by frugalchariot [Petroglyphs at Painted Rock (Hohokam) and V-bar-V (Sinagua) Arizona] Assume, for the moment, that you are an American, a ‘native’ American, one who is descended from any one of those … Continue reading

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