Celebrating 100 Years in the Grand Canyon

Celebrating 100 Years in the Grand Canyon

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    Ron M.

    While serving America as a U S Marine I made a world tour involving twenty six different countries. Without a doubt we live in the most beautiful country on earth. As I stated about my world tour, some of the countries were very pretty. The rest of them were awful and so very poverty stricken. Due to my service to America I have seen both sides. But I have never seen any of the beautiful and Godly wonders here in America. Now that I am retired I plan on touring around our homeland. The Grand Canyon will without a doubt be on my so called bucket list. I can’t wait, I will be starting soon. God bless America forever!

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