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... on the far bank, soft, rolling hills - on the near side, towering above me as I drove, immense craggy rocks. And from time to time, trees in fall colors. And that great wide river, always present for those 3 hours.
(I have decided 2 things - that I need to learn the names of trees, and that I need to write a poem called 'Naming the Trees').
Being moderately colour blind (so the tests say) I am always reluctant to name ...
... At the site of the dam there are pictures both of its being built and the deconstruction of the dam. They also described what was being done to restore the old lake bed to an environment that will support the return of a stream that will support salmon and the restocking effort of the salmon fry.
Beyond the dam we followed the road up the mountain another 8 miles to the trail head. At the trail head was a dedicated spot for equestrian vehicle ...
... 8220;Tam” moved us on our way and we scanned our ships card one last time then it was over.
Our final chore was to get our four bags, go through immigration and get everything to our ground transportation. This process is always filled with apprehension as embarkation and disembarkation can be a long process and a headache. Pier 91 has their act so together and there were so few people leaving the ship, we sailed through in no time. A ...
... pictures?" After informing him that we did, we also informed him about getting to close to wildlife and how it wasn't a very good idea, so that's why we didn't get any closer, like he did. He almost seemed surprised that he shouldn't have gotten that close. Maybe he learned a lesson that day, and maybe he didn't.
At this point, it was getting late in the day so we headed down the mountain and back to camp. Stopping off only to pick ...
... the Marymere Falls trail which was about 2 miles in length and was a very gentle stroll through lush forest beside bubbling creeks and a waterfall pay off t the end.
A tributary track off the above hike was the Mt Storm King trail. This was way more challenging as it climbed 2,100 ft over 2 miles and then a descent along the same track. We bravely attempted the hike, however we were thwarted ...