Posted on 30 December 2015.
And Quoth The Raven “Gimmee S’Mores.”
(With apologies to Edgar Allen Poe for this blatant ripoff of his famous poem)
Once upon a day bright and cheery, while I hiked a trail loved dearly
Gazing o’er cliff and valley, sagebrush green and rose hued stone- Read the full story
Posted in Books, Newspapers & Misc
Posted on 05 July 2015.
You’ve heard the tales of Paul Bunyan.
You know the exploits of Pecos Bill.
Maybe you’ve heard of the German Baron Munchhausen.
But have you ever heard the legend of John Hance? You will now:
Glossy News has succeeded in gaining an interview with one of the greats of Grand Canyon history- the unforgettable John Hance, the first white man to live at the Grand Canyon and famous story teller from the late 1800’s. Read the full story
Posted in Strange People, Travel
Posted on 02 April 2015.
When traveling, safety is of the utmost importance.
Each year over six million people are gored to death in the Grand Canyon by cactii alone.
Don’t be a statistic. Be smart… I mean, you’ll still be a statistic, technically, but the better kind.
What to do in the Grand Canyon if:
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Posted in Travel
Posted on 27 September 2010.
Washington, DC – (Glossy News Exclusive!) In a shocking turn-around for American taxpayers seeking debt relief, Treasury officials announced a sweeping step-by-step plan to eliminate the nation’s debt held by foreign governments.
Secretary Paulus Franks gave reporters details on the amount of Treasury Notes held by the government of China and the ramifications it had on future American financial growth and expansion of the free enterprise markets in this country. Read the full story
Posted in Politics