This month’s Song of the Month is “1968” by Turnpike Troubadours, a song about recognizing the potential in the people around you with reference to Martin Luther King Jr.
This is a brief tale of camping in the desert in 117 °F heat, very aggressive bees, and how I learned about the existence of a giant, terrifying spider wasp called the Tarantula Hawk. This is my story of camping in Joshua Tree National Park in July.
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