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Correction: Onmyrt, may we use this photo in our printed map provided we give credit to you?

Wonderful image, perfectly composed and lovely colors, l and f, best wishes Karin

I'm afraid you are right, Tomas. And everything they try to fix the situation seems to make it worse. I fear a monumental collapse somewhere down the line. And all the young know-it-alls will be joining an "occupy" camp and rioting will follow. That's why I am spending everything --- so I won't have it to lose. :-}

"What can we do?"

You can take your own picture and put all the detail you want.

That is a beautiful picture. Fall colors were starting to turn and the water is beautiful. J D Arbaugh.

This was rhe spot where we started up the mountain on our way to Oark from Clarksville. There was.no bridge here then and the water ran across the road. No pavement going over the mountain back then. I started making the trip from Oark to Clarksville every Saturday when I was sixteen years old. My mom and I made the trip to sell produce, chickens and eggs that had been collected at the store. My father Chester Arbaugh was the store owner. JDA

Bridge over the Tigris River North of Mosul, Iraq.

Thank you for your comment, great story. Congratulations on your 50+ years!! Here's to 50+ more years!!

The Sabertooths did not use the long tooth for fighting. Heavy and strong claws on their feet did the job because the sabertooth was too breakable. Tusks were broad but very narrow.

Wife and I spent two days visiting the look outs from the north rim. But I have never been to the south rim. We went up while we lived in Nevada. Towing our S10 behind our motor home, we parked at Jacobs Lake and toured the north rim in our pickup. I was recently retired at the time. Couldn't do it now because we are both in our 80's. I recommend the north rim.

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