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You can’t stand in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah at one time any more — at least not until June 1, 2010. That’s when the barriers will come down and the new Four Corners Monument is scheduled to re-open to the public, eager to participate in America’s most famous photo-op.
February 2010 marks the 100th birthday of the founding of the Boy Scouts of America. We congratulate the organization for its long record of channeling youthful male energy into impressive deeds. Thanks to the Boy Scouts of America, there is a monument marking the hole-home of the assassin of Lincoln’s assassin. There are mini-Statues of [...]
Greenville, Michigan’s Little Mermaid statue has caused nary a ripple since it was gifted to the city in 1994.
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The Four Corners Monument, the only place in America where you can spread yourself into four states at one time, is in the wrong spot, if you believe the flurry of stories in the media this week. Modern techniques of geodetic survey and measurement are being used to nitpick the work of a surveyor in [...]
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