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Aerial Views Of La Paz, Bolivia   3 comments

BoliviaWe arrived in La Paz August 17th for a couple days of site-seeing and rest
before our river adventure in the Madidi National Park in the Bolivian Amazon.
Metropolitan La Paz makes up the most populous urban area in Bolivia,
with a population of 2.3 million. (These views are from the “Killi Killi” lookout.)

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Bolivia21122 feet-high Mt. Illimani 

BoliviaMi Teleférico La Paz–El Alto (La Paz–El Alto Cable Car),
is an aerial cable car urban transit system serving
the La Paz–El Alto metropolitan. The El Alto International Airport
is located on the higher plateau above La Paz,
which can be seen in this image. At an altitude of 13,325 feet
it is the highest international airport and the
fifth highest commercial airport in the world.

La Paz Panorma-6-72Mi Teleférico is the first system to use cable cars as the backbone of the urban transit network.

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BoliviaTravel companions, Matt McGrath and Ty Markey (August 18, 2019) — Images by kenne

 

View From The Patio   Leave a comment

Sunset Panorama-72View From The Patio — Panorama Image by kenne

“When the sun sets, 
or the moon goes down,
it looks like the end.
It seems like a sunset,
but really,
it is dawn.”

— Rumi

 

“Don’t it always seem to go . . .”   Leave a comment

Turkey Creek TrailTurkey Creek Trail In The Rincon Mountains — Image by kenne

“Don’t it always seem to go,
you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.”

— Joni Mitchell

 

Natural Bridge Trail Panorama   1 comment

Natural Bridge Trail Panorama-2-art-72Natural Bridge Trail Panorama ( Capitol Reef National Park) — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity of the human spirit,

and as vital to our lives as water and good bread.

— Edward Abbey

Pusch Ridge Wilderness Panorama   Leave a comment

Marshall Gulch #3Pusch Ridge Wilderness In the Santa Catalina Mountains– Panorama by kenne

Feel the thrill of being in the moment.

— kenne

 

Ventana Canyon Trail   Leave a comment

Maiden Pools HikeVentana Canyon — Panorama by kenne

With the warmer days upon us, hiking lower canyon trials
like Ventana Canyon will be off our schedule till the fall.
Next stop, the higher elevation trials of the Santa Catalina Mountains.

The pleasure of hiking and adventure feeds our dreams

— kenne

Hiking The Lower Bug Springs Trail   Leave a comment

Bug Springs 2012Hiking The Lower Bug Springs Trail — Panorama by kenne

This morning we hiked the lower Bug Springs trail, which takes you through the 2002 Bullock Fire area. This rugged mountainous terrain still shows remnants of the fire sixteen years ago. The Bug Springs trail is favorited by mountain bikes leaving it with a lot of loose rocks and ruts, sometimes making it difficult for hikers.

— kenne

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