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... from either evergreens, it causes the sequoia cones to open and the ash provides a perfect seed base. 100 years of fire control had an adverse effect on growth of new trees, in response the National Park Service now deliberately set and monitor "prescribed burns" in autumn and spring. On our tour we passed by great examples of the trees. The the fallen monarch is still extraordinarily well preserved despite having been downed for centuries. ...
... in your eyes. Smoke means soot. The wrong kind of smoke makes your food taste bad. Smoke gets stuck in your clothes. Smoke makes you feel dirty. Unfortunately, the wood we have seen in campgrounds is mostly ponderosa pine or some other pitchy pine. So, for the last 6 nights the campfires have burned hot and a little too smokey, no matter how good you are at making a campfire. All of this explanation is necessary for me to say "I've seen fire and I've seen rain." My apologies to ...
... catch our plane to Portland and then on to Sacramento. We arrived after a few bad google map directions (Heidi had printed off) to the Napa Valley (good for me I had a AAA map with me!) and we arrived at the most amazing resort near Rutherford, CA .... The Auberge du Soleil. Wow. This place is great. Nicely landscaped with vegetation covering the villas making it look like it had been there ...
... everything had a previous life or a secondary purpose. The barns were constructed from old buildings and wood bridges that had collapsed and the power was purely solar (enough in fact to sell back to the grid). While everything on the production side was very nice, their wines were wonderful. Maybe it was because we were there at the vineyard trying their product, but nonetheless we found out that we really like ...
I've booked a tour on the Indian territory to see the petroglyphs and to also take in the slot canyons located near Lake Powell. After a couple of days at the south gate of the Grand Canyon, I'll head on to Lake Havasu, then home.
I'm excited about the photo part and have rented some high end lenses to hopefully increase my chances of capturing some beautiful shots.
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