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Stay the what?

 

Campaign for an oil-free futureOn ABC’s This Week, President Bush told host George Stephanopoulos that the strategy in Iraq was “never stay the course.”

A look back seems to suggest something else.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZE20lzZZF0

On November 7th, lets change the course of this Nation and send the “Stay The Course” Republicans packing, even those who are now trying to hide from their failed strategy, by voting… «Read the rest of this article»


HAUNTING HISTORY HIKES at Dunbar Cave

 

Dunbar Cave Haunting history hikes

See what haunting history lurks inside the cave through these 3 fun and informative, not scary, skits performed by young professional actors.

You’ll learn haunting facts from Ben (Hi!), the Science Guy, hear the hauntingly happy memories of the Roy Acuff and Big Band Era days and leave with haunting questions about the ancient Indian art found in caves.

Haunting History Hikes through Dunbar Cave

When: 5pm-8pm on Friday, October 27th and Saturday, October 28th
Where: Dunbar Cave Visitors Center, Dunbar Cave State Natural Area
Admission: $5 a person, All proceeds go right back into the Park      

BRING YOUR OWN FLASHLIGHT, children must be over 3 years old to go into the cave. Wear tennis shoes or better, (no heals or flip flops). You can wear costumes to this (what fun!), but take off your mask to go inside the cave (it’s difficult enough to see with just a flashlight! And wear hiking shoes). No photography in the cave. No pets in the cave.

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