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we met a "goat manager" up there. Armed with a paint ball gun he was after that nice one to mark it. Said it was engaged with some hikers the day before. He warned us not to leave the crowded paths because of them. Crowded means: one may see an other some hundred meter away

He told us that they knew already most animals of that upper population.

The Olympic marmot is a housecat-sized

yeah... that was was D mentioned. "How sweet they are..."

That would be fine at home. Unfortunately we would have to carry out its family with us and also we would need a new neighbourhood I suppose :)

®mene, Cascades Cafe is in the underground passage between museums, under the pyramids in the court. Once it was one of the few places with edible food on the Mall. Now it is average because the menus at the other museums have been much improved since the fare was like two day old McDonald's fare. I think I had the most disgustingly dried out piece of mystery meat between to stale buns in Natural History years ago! Anyway, most now have edible food, the Sculpture Garden has good sandwiches and in the American Indian Museum real meals that are quite good if expensive can be found. Those feature some authentic native American items and I have seen elk and such on the menu. Still, it is all "captive audience" food by contract with the museums. For better food and more "market price" one has to leave the Mall and go into the city.

Looking at the dam I figured this would double as a sluice. There appear to be barges and a small tow boat tied up on the lake side in the current imagery.

that is what I thinks that happens here. That place is best preserved to unload masses of old snow. It may take some time to melt down, but it will happen.

Cascades cafe is a nice idea - first thought was that there's some connect to the Northern Cascades. But a cascade is cascade. Nothing more.

Hi, Cinza. It´s an abandened monument about 100km from Rio de janeiro (highway BR-116 - Dutra). More information and photos here, here and here. Best regards, André.

The "face" down at the lower left of the pile is striking. It could be off an ancient temple!

Wow!!!!Excellent shot!!!!!L+F

Interesujący zwierz L.

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