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Tracy S. Morris
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Tracy S. Morris is a freelance writer and fiction author. She lives in the Fort Smith area with her husband and two dogs. The dogs are in charge. Tracy is the editor of the container garden web magazine Eden's Containers. You can find Eden's Containers on the web at http://www.edenscontainers.com.

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Lifestyle
by Tracy S. Morris
8 years ago
Slow Cooker Bread

A slow cooker will allow chefs to cook almost any food at low temperatures, including bread. A slow cooker uses less energy to bake bread than an oven and is quieter than a bread machine.

Health
by Tracy S. Morris
8 years ago
How to Beat The Diet Slump

Dieters cut calories in order to loose weight. But cutting too many calories can actually slow weight loss. The key to dieting is to eat properly instead of drastically cutting calories.

Lifestyle
by Tracy S. Morris
8 years ago
San Francisco History Baked Into Bread

Food enthusiasts know San Francisco as the home of unique sourdough bread. Today the bread company that made sourdough in the golden gate area famous still makes sourdough using the same mother dough that they have used since 1849.

Travel & Places
by Tracy S. Morris
8 years ago
Extreme Home Makeover: 19th Century Edition

For 38 years, Sarah Winchester renovated her San Jose mansion in an attempt to keep evil spirits away. Over the years, the home grew to over 160 rooms. Upon her death, the strange and possibly haunted house became one of the most popular tourist attractions in the San Jose area.

Travel & Places
by Tracy S. Morris
8 years ago
Dead Horse Point State Park

Legend says that cowboys once used the plateau of Dead Horse Point to corral and capture wild mustang ponies. The mesa earned its name after a released herd failed to find the narrow neck of land connecting Dead Horse Point to the surrounding cliffs. Today, Dead Horse Point State Park near Moab, Utah offers a unique view of the Colorado River and nearby Canyonlands National Park.

Travel & Places
by Tracy S. Morris
8 years ago
The Gardens of Alcatraz

Ever since the first prisoner came to Alcatraz Island in 1861, men and women have been looking for an escape from the island. And while no one ever got away from the military or the law stationed on the notorious island located in San Francisco bay, some residents of the island found another form of escape through planting gardens. Most of these gardens fell into disuse once the prison closed in 1963. More recently, the State Parks System has reclaimed the gardens of Alcatraz. In the process, parks volunteers have found hybrid rose varieties that were previously thought extinct.

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