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26 May 2016 - UPDATE: Occupy:GG, Geocaching, "Height" & Further Exploration

You may have noticed a few new headings on the site today. If you’ve visited before then you’ll recall our pretty simple “Home”, “About”, “Our Gear” and “We Explore”… well, here’s a little explanation of the new pages, and what you’ll find on them! 777 more words

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Mare Island Shipyard - St. Peter's Chapel

Near the Mare Island Naval Shipyard is St. Peter’s Chapel.   It was built in 1901 under the guidance of Chaplain McAlister, and it’s the oldest naval chapel in the United States.   80 more words

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Charity Hospital

Charity Hospital was once considered the safety net of New Orleans, a place where anyone could go and receive the best healthcare available. It was established in 1736 by a French shipbuilder, who’s dying wish was to fund a hospital for the poor. 1,062 more words

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Mare Island Shipyard - Heavy Lifter

Another image from Mare Island Naval Shipyard.  I’ve never been this close to a shipyard crane before.  As you can see it’s humongous.  There weren’t any people down there so I couldn’t show the scale with a person but hopefully you get the idea with the buildings next to it. 44 more words

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Crocodile School

Giant hornets, large spiders, wild boars, monkeys, deers, snakes, mosquitos, bumble bees, regular bees, rats, mice, cats, pigeons, dragonflies, raccoons… and maybe even a bear – you have to love animals if you want to do urbex in Japan! 671 more words

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Mare Island Shipyard - Patterns

This image was taken at Mare Island Naval Shipyard in Vallejo, California.  For over 142 years, our country’s defense depended on Mare Island Navy Yard as well as over 100 organizations which were in operation there over the years.   187 more words

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