orson adams

A video I made of all the canon characters and OCs currently in @theconvergenceroleplay. The song is “Marching On” by OneRepublic

The Characters are as follows: 


Harry Potter

Marvel Cinematic Universe


Doctor Who

Percy Jackson

The Vampire Diaries

The Hunger Games


Once Upon a Time


Fox Marvel

Star Trek

The Maze Runner

DC Cinematic and Television Universes

Star Wars

Lord of the Rings

The Mortal Instruments and Shadowhunters

Disney Live-Action


10 books that have stayed with me:

  • So Long, and Thanks For All the Fish - Douglas Adams (the entire H2G2 series, really, but this one in particular)
  • Queen of the Damned - Anne Rice
  • The Dark Tower series - Stephen King
  • The Saxon Chronicles  - Bernard Cornwell (particularly the Last Kingdom)
  • Ender’s Game - Orson Scott Card
  • Nineteen Eighty-Four - George Orwell
  • A Book of Five Rings - Miyamoto Musashi

Not pictured:

  • Alice in Wonderland - Lewis Carroll
  • Millennium People - J.G. Ballard
  • In the Year of the Boar and Jackie Robinson - Bette Bao Lord

This Halloween weekend, visit one of the most spectacular ghost towns on your public lands – the Harrisburg Ghost Town in Utah. 

In 1859, Moses Harris founded Harrisburg, Utah – now know as the Red Cliffs Recreation Area within the BLM-managed Red Cliffs National Conservation Area. A few years later, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints “called” the Adams family, among others, to settle in Harrisburg. Quail and Leeds Creek, through a system of ditches, delivered enough water to sustain them until Leeds Creek was diverted further up the road. Water became scarce and the population of Harrisburg began to dwindle.

Today, Orson B. Adams House is the most intact structure remaining of this small pioneering community as it was the last inhabited. This beautiful sandstone block house, and other stone remnants, have a stunning red cliff backdrop.  As a bonus, there are on-site interpretive signs that help tell the community’s story.  #SeeBLM

Ghost town photos by Iris Picat; landscape photos by Bob Wick, BLM’s National Conservation Lands