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John Muir Trail

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Unlike the European mountains, where all peaks above 4000 meters are throughout the year covered in snow and ice, John Muir Trail offers the opportunity to get to high altitude, without requiring climbing skills. 260 more words

John Muir

Enchanted Forest

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I took this picture when I went for a walk in the woods. I like walking through woods, I think it’s one of the best ways to relax and to get away from the school or work. 36 more words

Travelling

Cisco Pix, and Another Tree 'Shroom

Cisco on the stone bench:

Here’s more shots of his new coat. He looks SO cute and spiffy in it:

Found another tree mushroom, about 30 yards from that other one. 13 more words

Nature

Thanksgiving

A walk through the woods and then a wonderful meal with family. Truly things to be thankful for and the perfect way to spend the day.

John Muir

John Muir (21. 4. 1838 – 24. 12. 1914) was a naturalist, geologist, writer  and self-taught botanist who was born in Dunbar, Scotland. His father decided to move with his family to the United States when he was eleven years old. 425 more words

John Muir

Thinkers 13: "Seeds: Tim Capsules of Wilderness" - part 3

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once grow up.”
― Pablo Picasso

“Seeds: Time Capsules of Wilderness” featured works by over 270 students, preschool through sixth grade, from Questa Alta Vista Elementary, Rio Costilla Southwest Learning Academy, and Arroyos del Norte Elementary schools (see details below).

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Question #119

   Yosemite National Park

     Hello and welcome to the “LL is on Hiatus” Weekly Question! Pardon the truncated nature of this one, I’m writing it a bit in advance to insure that there is actually a question for you all to answer. 66 more words

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