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DEATH THREATS

Thug neighbor is arranging to have me killed again although this time around they (he and co-conspirators) are planning on making it look like an accident. Any day now, I think I heard. So…if you don’t see me around on the blog you will know why. They didn’t go through with it last time when they were trying to hire a hit man (not sure why.) Apparently, there is no freedom of speech here in Hawaii. It’s their way or the highway.

This neighbor has also hacked our router and all our passwords and continues to do so. If you see something that seems unusual purportedly to be from me than it is probably from him.


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Weekly Photo Challenge: Boundary (Resonant Sand Desert)

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This is a boundary between the desert and the non- desert ( is there a word for it?)

This is as far as horses and cars can go; as far as trees and grass can establish.

As far as rivers will run.DSCF2241

Beyond this, the sand dunes start; when the wind blows, it sings as the sand shifts.

That’s why they call it Resonant Sand Desert.

It is in Inner Mongolia, China.

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Exploring Northeast Oregon

Daytripping and Observing Life

Hells Canyon

Day 1

A visit to Hells Canyon has been on my Bucket List for awhile.  Not being one to just hit the highway and drive straight to a destination, I found some worthwhile sights to see along the way.  First up was the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument.  There are actually three separate units in the park and, while each is markedly different, they all share colorful and unusual geological formations.  According to the park’s website:  For almost 150 years, paleontologists and geologists have been visiting the John Day Basin to study the area’s abundant fossils and surrounding geology. In 1975 the fossil beds became a National Monument to preserve a world class record of plant and animal evolution, changing climate, and past ecosystems that span over 40 million years.

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