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Merci, ses toujours couchers du soleil contagieux d'un plaisir en Hawaï.

Thats pretty much what she looked like.

Thanks, I get the two mixed up.

sorry! but this is the Fairmont Kea Lani Hotel

sorry! but this is the Fairmont Kea Lani Hotel

From Wikipedia:

Pyramid Lake is an endorheic salt lake, approximately 188 square miles (487 km²) in area, in the Great Basin in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Nevada. One of the largest lakes in the United States, it is located in southern Washoe County 40 mi (64 km) northeast of Reno, along the east side of the Virginia Mountains ( [show location on an interactive map] 40°0′N, 119°30′W) with a surface elevation of about 3,790 feet (1,155 m).

It is fed by the Truckee River (the outlet of Lake Tahoe), which enters the lake from its southern end. It has no outlet, with water leaving only by evaporation, or sub-surface seepage. The lake has about 10% of the area of the Great Salt Lake, but it has about 25% more volume. The salinity is approximately 1/6th of sea water. Although clear Lake Tahoe forms headwaters that eventually drain to Pyramid Lake, the Truckee River delivers more turbid waters to Pyramid Lake after traversing the steep sierra terrain and collecting moderately high silt loaded surface runoff.

The lake is the largest remnant of ancient Lake Lahontan that covered much of northwestern Nevada at the end of the last ice age. Pyramid Lake was the deepest point in Lake Lahontan, reaching estimated 890 feet due to its low elevation level relative to the surrounding basins. In the 19th century the vicinity of the lake was inhabited by the Paiute.[1] The lake is now completely within the Pyramid Lake Indian Reservation. It was first mapped in 1844 by John C. Frémont, the American discoverer of the lake who also gave it its English title.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyramid_Lake_%28Nevada%29

I concure great composition.

I was going to stop here but the national park system wants you to pay $15 to look at a hole in the ground. I guess these funds go to keeping that thing from spreading. It could, if unchecked, engulfing all of Arizona...right now congress is looking at a bill that would let America buy meteor credits from other countries with less meteors. This would effectively offset our raging meteor spreading problem.

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