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The view


Here's the view from the Pinnacle lookout.

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  1. FAAABULOUS to see so much green after such a dry summer!!

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    1. Red, the end of summer was not at all dry around here.

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  2. Whenever I look out over a landscape like that from up on high, I wish
    I could spread my wings and soar out over it.
    Have you seen this fellow who zooms around on a motorized paraglider?
    I saw him years ago in a National Geographic magazine and ever since then
    I've dreamt of having a go.
    http://www.nationalgeographic.com/explorers/explorers-take-flight/#/george-steinmetz-paraglider_58065_600x450.jpg

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    1. No I haven't and I am almost too scared to follow the link ... I don't like the idea of soaring like a bird on a fragile bit of flying equipment.

      I followed the link anyway ... there is no way i'd dream of doing that ... it would be a nightmare.

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