Normal Jon Anderson
gengisjon Feeling like I'm inside a Bob Ross painting. Lots of happy trees. 1d
  •   jaabanimacro Holy cow how pristine 1d
  •   cjencohen Ha! 1d
  •   mjp2 Those are your happy trees. You can put them wherever you want! 1d
  •   jnskill Thisbis excellent! I disnt know there was a lake with such a name here in WA! 24h
  •   esortx Nice, and you didn't even need a killer 'fro to do it. 23h
  •   gengisjon Exactly! Little raccoons and old possums 'n' stuff all live up in them. They've got to have a little place to sit. @mjp2 23h
  •   gengisjon Thank you Justine! It's in Olympic National Park, about five miles from the Obstruction Point trailhead (a few miles off of Hurricane Ridge.) @jnskill 23h
  •   35_gauge Hahahaha 15h

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gengisjon Unfoggy Bottom. 1d

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gengisjon Glacier hopping up on Lilian Ridge. 1d

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gengisjon A hillside-sized bouquet of wild flowers, 2d

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gengisjon Always nice to meet wild things in the wild places. Such a long hike today, I think my body will be sore all week. 2d

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gengisjon "We are here to witness. There is nothing else to do with those mute materials we do not need. Until Larry teaches his stone to talk, until God changes his mind, or until the pagan gods slip back to their hilltop groves, all we can do with the whole inhuman array is watch it."
Annie Dillard
3d

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gengisjon Oh, Glassblowing! Of course! 3d

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gengisjon "The voice said, "Climb, or perish, soul and body of theemind and spirit of thee. There is no second chance for any son of man. Climb or die."
Then he remembered that he had read in the books of the bravest climbers on the hills of the earth that sometimes they were aware of the presence of a Companion on the mountains who was not one of the earthly party of climbers.
And he rememberd a word in the Book of Mountaineers...it heartened him, for it told him that he was created to walk in precarious places, not on the easy levels of life."
Amy Carmichael
4d

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gengisjon Though readily visible from many parts of western Washington, especially Seattle, the Olympic Mountains were almost entirely unexplored until 1885, when 2nd Lt. Joseph P. O'Neil of the 14th Infantry led a small expedition into the northern Olympics from Port Angeles. The six-man, eight-mule expedition cut a trail from Port Angeles up to Hurricane Ridge and camped near the current site of the National Park visitor center. From there, they explored and built trail to the east and south, exploring the upper Dungeness and Dosewallips River watersheds, and to Cameron Basin near Mt. Anderson. 6d

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Normal Jon Anderson
gengisjon I'm alright
Don't nobody worry 'bout me
You got to gimme a fight
Why don't you just let me be
6d

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gengisjon From the Needle to the Wheel, there's a lot to love about this town. 6d
  •   gengisjon Haha, can't wait to see it! It was great meeting you the other night. I hope you and your husband have a great PSC back to Germany! @umaomdevi 6d
  •   esortx I'll get an inspirational shot of Houston - oh wait, there isn't one 6d
  •   rosemom4 You do, do you? I think the city of roses needs a few more Roses, don't you? 6d
  •   gengisjon Well, this much is clear: that city literally has your names written all over it :-) @rosemom4 6d
  •   gengisjon Yeah...well, I think you and @rosemom4 need to think about living in a town that has more photo worthy inspiration then. @esortx 6d
  •   rosemom4 I think you may be right! 5d
  •   lubellelu YEAH 2d

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