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A perfect shot. LF. Many thanks for visiting my gallery. Greetings from Barcelona

Not many of them left now.

Very nice cave. Greetings from italy

I was a high school senior at AHS in 1967, and was doing my island exploration time, as I always did. I came upon the Mitchell power plant one beautiful spring day, and saw the plant. When I went in, I was lost in my own exuberance! I was very excited, and began explored all afternoon. The slate power panels were still in pretty good shape. They had antique switches meters, and other devices. I took a lot of pictures, but haven't been able to find them (although I am looking harder then ever, so I can publish them on Adak web sites). I am also writing a book on my explorations of Adak, during the three times I was on Adak. I was there in 1957/59, 1966/67, and then as a CTR3 at NSGA 1970/71.
I loved that island, and the history.

En ce moment,le Parc floraire est sublime.

Tollllllll! L&F Gruß Hendrik

At the end of the last ice age, Lake Bonneville covered most of Utah. 12,000 years ago it drained in a vast flood northward into the Snake River, leaving shorelines cut into the hills.

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