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Time: March 11, 2016 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: in skyscrapers stacked like boxes in storage?
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Organized By: lilianlee
Latest Activity: May 6, 2016

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Authentic Marian Hossa Jersey , home on the range..." What do you picture when you picture Arizona? Do you see cowboys and Indians? How about Saguaro cacti or maybe a good old fashion hero riding into that golden-orange sunset. On the other hand, maybe you see John Wayne, or Walker Texas Ranger. If you do, that's pretty funny, I've lived here all my life and have never once seen Chuck Norris. What you might be thinking of is the stereotypical Arizona. The one you see in old western movies, where people wear boots and spurs, spit tobacco, and solve our dilemmas with a good old fashion gunfight. This romantic view of Arizona is entertaining no doubt, but it doesn't do the state any justice. Arizona is my home state, and so much more. One sunny day in Phoenix, at the same hospital where my mother was born, I came into the world. On this glorious occasion, most of my relatives can recall one distinct memory: it was HOT! This is often the case with Arizona, but it's the best place in the U.S. for those brave souls who can take a little heat. Even back seventeen years ago, Arizona, especially Phoenix, was not some sort of one-horse town. It's a vast sprawling city, and it's only getting bigger.  Take it from me, I've lived in California and have been to places as far away as New York City. Don't get me wrong; those places are great if you're going to take a vacation. Broadway and Wall Street might look nice, and Times Square is pleasant, but living there is a different story. Who wants to live like sardines in a can, piled on top of each other, in skyscrapers stacked like boxes in storage? Arizona has more monuments and national parks than any other state in the U.S, as well as the natural phenomenon, the Grand Canyon. I first visited it when I was about eight or nine years old. On the way up to Flagstaff, my siblings and I excitedly pointed to every ditch and hole exclaiming, "Is that the Grand Canyon?" My parents patiently explained that what we were going to see was much, much, larger than a manhole dug by construction workers. They didn't lie. It was spectacular; 277 miles long, 1 mile deep, and nearly 10 miles across in areas, the Grand Canyon does not disappoint. Deep crimson stone spanning as far as the eye can see is peppered with lush green forests, sparkling turquoise waterfalls Authentic Corey Crawford Jersey

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