Fireside Chat From Sedona | Snippets of a Traveling Mind
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Fireside Chat From Sedona | Snippets of a Traveling Mind

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My traveling blogger friend USFman was recently in Sedona, Arizona. Perhaps overcome by the beauty, or the sun, he morphed into FDR and gives us a fireside chat about conserving our beautiful, precious natural lands…

My traveling blogger friend USFman was recently in Sedona, Arizona. (Follow the link–photos!) Perhaps overcome by the beauty, or the sun, he morphed into FDR and gives us a fireside chat about conserving our beautiful, precious natural lands…


“Today I take notice of March 12, 1933 as the date when the first “Fireside Chat” of Franklin D. Roosevelt was nationally broadcast by radio into American living rooms across the country. In this telecast, FDR expressed sincere warmth and concern for the American family at a time of great, economic crisis. In honor of this historic event, I imagine myself giving a similar, informal speech as FDR did at that time to discuss the idea of Western land conservation.” ~ USFman

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JoAnn likes progressive politics and loves the canines. She writes fiction about Chester, the Alpha Bichon -- with a dash of humor and a dab of Poli-Sci. Her views and insights are tinted by a former profession in Counseling, Christian theological studies, and training in Library and Information Science. Retired now, JoAnn enjoys the creative life.

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