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i've been falling in love with mount Jumbo lately.

When the world of people sucks, Rock, wind and tree is the cure. Coming down from a few hours of walking, it is easy to laugh and be human again. I don't know what people in the cities do, start wars I guess.
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4 Mount Jumbo L
It gets good when you pass the big concrete L.

Mount Jumbo 'L' It gets good when you pass the big concrete L.
6 The roof of my house is at the base of the mountain. Nice backyard.

The roof of my house is at the base of the mountain. Nice backyard.
7 Missoula Rattlesnake valley looking north. The three previous houses where I have lived for the past 17 years all can be seen in the photo.

Missoula Rattlesnake valley looking north. The three previous houses where I have lived for the past 17 years all can be seen in the photo.
8 Up about a mile, in the trees on Mt. Jumbo, no where near any trail, I saw something white on the ground.At first I thought that maybe it was a skull, but then when I got closser I saw that it was a white, plastic, wal mart bag. YUCK!!!!  Must have blown there in the wind. It isnt there anymore, so dont go looking for it  :)

Up about a mile, in the trees on Mt. Jumbo, no where near any trail, I saw something white on the ground.At first I thought that maybe it was a skull, but then when I got closser I saw that it was a white, plastic, wal mart bag. YUCK!!!! Must have blown there in the wind. It isn't there anymore, so don't go looking for it :)
10 Missoula upper Rattle Snake valley, looking north.
The mountain will outlast all fences...

whatever

Missoula upper Rattle Snake valley, looking north. The mountain will outlast all fences... whatever
11 Pioneer plaque, that was on board the Pioneer 10 and the Pioneer 11, saying hello, hello, we are here, we are here. 

These were launched into space in the early 1970s, and left the solar system in the 1980s. Lonely reach for contact... with vast amount of info etched onto a very small space.

Ive been feeling like photos on web sites are sort of like this (especially for all the visitors who d

Pioneer plaque, that was on board the Pioneer 10 and the Pioneer 11, saying 'hello, hello, we are here, we are here.' These were launched into space in the early 1970s, and left the solar system in the 1980s. Lonely reach for contact... with vast amount of info etched onto a very small space. I've been feeling like photos on web sites are sort of like this (especially for all the visitors who don't know me at all): symbols that can be quite arcane.... Anyway, it is late summer. Only a few days away from the official start of Autumn, and here in Missoula it is like we are about to leave the comfort of sunlight and head into someplace dark... then again, my favorite season is Autumn. Try to figure out what those symbols mean... when you give up , click Here, to go to the Wikipedia entry about the Pioneer plaque Someone pointed out to me that these symbols are "so 70s," with the man being active and the woman being passive. That may be so, but to me it looks like the woman is the smart one, ie, waiting to see who the alien is before she waves... A zillion years from now when some one/thing might find the spacecraft, lets just hope that humans are still around... sigh...
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