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The Streets of San Francisco

We were stuck near the top of the hill, awaiting to be rescued. Those in charge radioed for help, which didn’t seem to be far away. As a matter of fact, it was just down at the bottom of the hill. A big hill. None of the passengers seemed to care, though, since we were […]

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Through the Woods, Over the Golden Gate, to John Muir’s House I Go

In 1903 President Theodore Roosevelt camped in the Sierra Nevada Mountains on the south side of the Yosemite Valley at a place called Glacier Point. Three years later he signed a bill creating Yosemite National Park (above). It was to be approximately three-quarters of a million acres in protected wilderness. With Roosevelt on the camping […]

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