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But for the past three years, Jackson has traveled by horseback once a month deep into the Grand Canyon to provide prenatal care for Supai, a remote Native American village of about 400 that is inaccessible by automobile. It is the last place in the USA to which the U.S. Postal Service makes deliveries by mule.buy ambien online
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Dr. Jackson is an incredible man. I just wish we would have been able to ride the horses to the bottom of the canyon and Supai village. That would have been a once in a life time trip.buy ambien without prescription
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