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Trees of Mystery's Paul Bunyan Suffers Broken Arm

‘Babe the Blue Ox’ lost his head in November 2007 because of structural weakness, and now Paul Bunyan has lost the use of his right arm. 99 more words

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new test tiles

5 new kinds of clay in the studio

Sea Mix – white

Awaji – porcelain, white

Alpine White

Klamath Brown

Klamath Red

test tiles are old clay with Awaji slip on half and KBrown slip on the other. 34 more words

Post Harvest

A Douglas-fir forest that was harvested this summer near Orleans, CA.

Humboldt County

Columbia Mens Klamath Range II Half Zip Core

Mens white suits is the most suitable suit color for mens fashion. Mens white suit is also most appropriate as wedding suit. Men in White suits make excellent personalities. 249 more words

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Deep Ran the River

This is from my childhood friend, Debbie Hoyle, who says she’s had it stored in a box for years. Her mother, Mary Wolcott wrote and published the poem in the ‘Simpson Redwood Cone,’ in March 1956. 14 more words

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Stories from the Treetalker- Winter Solstice - 2014

(Well, it’s only a day away.)

The Yuroks, CA’s largest tribe, is supplementing their income, not by selling their forests, but by selling carbon credits to some of the state’s biggest polluters. 199 more words

Why I'm Remotely Ritzy

     I originally created this blog while living in the Klamath mountains of northern California living in a cabin with no indoor toilet. There was a bathtub…in the kitchen…with no door. 1,025 more words

Mid-twenties