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28 Jan 2022

2013 Great Basin Nevada Quarter

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The state of snow to see, Nevada entered the Union on October 31, 1864 as the 36th state.


Great Basin National Park is an amazing road trip destination located on the border of eastern Nevada and western Utah. Whether you are driving east to west along Highway 50, known as the Loneliest Road in America, or adding a nature excursion onto your Las Vegas revelry, let the open road lead you to the heart of the Great Basin.

PresidentWarren G. Hardingcreated Lehman Caves National Monument by presidential proclamation on January 24, 1922. The monument and its surroundings was designated a national park on October 27, 1986.



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Comments

CheerioCoins

Level 5

Very nice tree and city. I do agree with Kepi three blogs in one day is quite a lot.

AC coin$

Level 6

The continuous three blogs were launched because some members asked if was going to do a blog for each ATB Quarter. Now, I never question nor try to diminish or curtail anyone's blogs or postings. Some other known member posted three blogs in a row on January 22nd, 2022. NO ONE questioned him, You both actually cheered that member then. WHY the non-stopping demoralizing critique on ME? Just asking.

Kepi

Level 6

Nice... But three blogs in one day? That's alot... just my opinion. ; )

Kepi

Level 6

Really...You must have issues... I don't believe that my comment came anywhere close to implying that in which you state... "non-stopping demoralizing critique" on you... You even insulted CheerioCoins who is a YN... How dare you attack us. A woman and a kid...

AC coin$

Level 6

The continuous three blogs were launched because some members asked if was going to do a blog for each ATB Quarter. Now, I never question nor try to diminish or curtail anyone's blogs or postings. Some other known member posted three blogs in a row on January 22nd, 2022. NO ONE questioned him, You both actually cheered that member then. WHY the non-stopping demoralizing critique on ME? Just asking.

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