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Into the Darkness of the Ape Caves

The entrance to the Ape Caves on the south side of Mt. St. Helens is surrounded by bright green  moss and ferns and feels welcoming enough. 445 more words


Wildflowers on my mind

Spring seems to have sprung, so my thoughts have been turning toward desert wildflowers, which I understand are blooming in profusion in the lower parts of Death Valley right now—late February, 2016. 87 more words


Medicine Lake and all those critters

Medicine Lake-One visit here and I knew we had to come and camp below the pines..the place was crawling with life..and not human life:) It felt incredibly peaceful and we had our choice of spaces we could fit into and after a long chat with a gentleman that had just arrived and comes here every year I knew it was being put on our intinerary…even though the nights got cold.. 860 more words

Tour De Paul - Craters Of The Moon

30 Aug

Yesterday here in the thriving metropolis of Arco, ID, it was 93 degrees.  Today, when I finally emerged from my RV around noon, expecting to be belted by heat, it was a lovely 77 degrees. 566 more words

Lava flows and glacial sands

Hiding under the massive glacier of Vatnojokull are a series of still active volcanoes. Although they still erupt regularly (unleashing floods from the sudden glacial melts they trigger), the landscape is dominated by the massive eruptions that occurred over 200 years ago. 127 more words

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