Controlling the Navajo Nation’s Free-Roaming Horse Dilemma
Controlling the Navajo Nation’s Free-Roaming Horse Dilemma
This is not the first go around on this issue but we need to act fast as permits have already been sold.
Many thanks and blessings to Paul over at pvcann for nominating me for the nomination. This is new territory for me as it is my first nomination EVER! When I open my email this morning it was, “I got what? Holy cow!” I was more than a little excited.
I am an avid reader, but I usually get distracted by real life demands before I remember to express my appreciation for the author. I’m getting better about that. So, make sure to visit pvcann for peek into his outlook into life.
Though I am writer, most of my postings are topics written by others who seem to express my thoughts better than I do, and inspire me to share.
The Liebster Award recognises and celebrates bloggers, their content, skill, and contribution to the blogging community. The rules for accepting a nomination are:
Acknowledge the blogger who nominated your blog.
Answer the questions.
Nominate 11 bloggers to encourage them.
Ask them 11 questions.
Let them know you have nominated them.
Onward to the questions:
Answer The Questions
1. Name you best travel destination.
As a retired over the road driver and gold miners, my husband and I have traveled through the 48 contiguous states. We’ve found many hidden treasures in our travels, but I would have to name Colorado Springs, Colorado as one of our best. Though they have some of the same problems as a BIG city, it also has a small town feel. It’s only a short drive to all the things you visit Colorado to see.
A popular product made from the skins of donkeys has been deemed “not worth buying” by Chinese health officials.
Demand for ejiao, derived from donkey hides, has led to the slaughter of millions of donkeys in recent years.
However, China’s national health and family planning commission recently told consumers the remedy was ,“not worth buying” and despite its many health claims is “just boiled donkey skin.”
On Sunday (18 February), the commission posted on Weibo, China’s version of Twitter, that ejiao, is “..not a good source of protein” and that its health claims were at best overstated.
The news was welcomed by international welfare charity, The Donkey Sanctuary.
The Donkey Sanctuary has been campaigning for a halt to the global trade in donkey skins, which utilises around four million donkey skins every year.
It is estimated that as many…
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