linda foto, te felicito.
OK, now I've done the Prickett dam to M-38 section. Beautiful trip, lots of eagles, etc. Rapids class I or II at most under ordinary flow conditions. Main problem may be how shallow it often is. With an aluminum canoe you're gonna "stick" a lot in the first hour (of an easy four or five hours).
Easy enough, short bushwhack (less than a mile), if you have, and know how to use, a GPS device, and don't mind the drive on the Mandan Road!
...shout out to all the MT Tech grads who passed through this place. Who knew Canadians could mine? I just thought they were smart for encouraging Montana tourists to migrate North on their 18th birthday.
Carolyn: This is the only time we saw this. From what I understand it's unusual but not rare in the Galapagos. One source claims pups are normally weaned after eleven months or so, but that the weaned pup may return for an occasional feeding alongside its younger sibling. The Galapagos is a great place to visit! But I have to say that after a few days the sound of clamorous croaking of the sea lions is a bit much.
En ese entonces, en Macará realmente no habian muchos vehiculos, podemos ver que solamente del lado peruano hay carros, la carga se la pasaba en botes, mi padre trabajaba en ese sector, tenia un bote y yo le iba a dejar la comida alla. En cuanto a la visa, creo que no era necesario en ese sector
The boys' entrance is in the foto; the girls' entrance was on the far opposite side of the building. And the main, front, entrance was only for visitors, teachers, administrators and prefects.
Nice! Your pics drew us to the area and its four falls.
Reply to montanaguy's question, "why?" mistakenly deleted: At that time buildings (especially those not being used) and "ruins" were obliterated (with little record) in federal wilderness areas to ensure better wilderness quality. Now some structures may be preserved (great historical value), and those not preserved would at least have photos, plans, maps and historical features recorded. By 1959 only two lookouts on the Big Prairie District were still being used; Crimson was not among them. I was backpacking in the area when the district ranger burned it. I helped him take out the salvage, and got my best seasonal job ever the next summer, on his District (then Big Prairie).