arizona ghost towns

@helpfuldilemma and @hylianshrinemaiden both tagged me in the same get-to-know you post so here we are!

Name
Olive

Nickname
Pisces

Zodiac
Pisces

Hogwarts House
Slytherin

Height
5′2

Sexual Orientation
Asexual Lesbian

Ethnicity
White/American

Favorite Fruit
Pomegranate

Season
Fall

Favorite Book Series
A Series of Unfortunate Events

Favorite Fictional Characters
Sombra (Overwatch), Urbosa (Legend of Zelda)

Favorite Flower
Rose

Favorite Scents
Mixed spices and vanilla

Favorite Color
Purple

Favorite Animal
Otter

Favorite Artist/Band
Oh Wonder

Coffee, Tea, or Hot Cocoa?
Tea

Average Sleep Hours
5-8

Number of Blankets You Sleep With
Sheet and duvet in summer, extra wool blanket or two in winter

Dream Trip
Tour of Arizona’s haunted locations/ghost towns

Last Thing Googled
Coconut crusted tofu recipe

Blog Created
No idea tbh? Maybe 2013-14

How Many Blogs Do You Follow
520

Number of Followers
563

What You Usually Post About
Popular media, my life, being gay

Do You Get Asks Regularly?
Nah

What Is Your Aesthetic?
Not-so-lowkey witch, possibly also a vampire


If you want to play, go ahead! Tag me so I can see!

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On This Day in 1988 the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area in Arizona Was Formally Established

The San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area contains nearly 57,000 acres of public land in Cochise County, Arizona. The primary purpose for the special designation is to protect and enhance the desert riparian ecosystem, a rare remnant of what was once an extensive network of similar riparian systems throughout the American Southwest.

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