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17 hours ago, B-Man said:

Does anyone really believe this goes away if we all stay at home?


It goes away November 4th. 

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My new favorite pic. Beautiful animals!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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My neighbors gardener is Umberto. He is a good guy so I will go with that😆. But the pups dont look like an Umberto.

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Something about pondering the ultimate wonder of the seemingly unlimited energy of the sun combined with the power of the heavens resulting in earth's natural dynamic systems' ability to move mountains that result in the majesty of geomorphological features like the grand canyon, that stir the soul...

 

Makes me realize there is a higher power in control.

 

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One of the stops on our honeymoon road trip. Yellowstone. 

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Another from Nat Geo.  If you know the HighLine in NYC, this is a very cool walk today, as it's an elevated park.  Very interesting / unique history with it's purpose to deliver goods coming into port in the early part of the last century.  Immigrants built it to feed the daily supply chain for a growing city with produce for restaurants to other products to each of the boroughs along its path.  My sister and I took my mother for a nostalgic memory trip on her 80th - she grew up in NYC - and walked the length of the HighLine park.  It has some spectacular views, like this one, as a great place to watch the fireworks in the harbor.  You can see the abandoned rail road tracks that carried small transport engines with goods up and down the entire length.  Interesting history preserved now as an elevated park.  It's about 25 or 30 feet above the ground level.

 

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