1. Off Road Trip from White Mountain City to Grandview Mine

    For July 4th we decided to get off the hot desert floor and go visit the much cooler Bristlecone Pine forest. Yes you can get there on pavement, but what is the fun in that?

    Wyman Creek Road, July 4-7, 2013

    This route is from Rodger Mitchell’s Inyo-Mono SUV Trails
    Here is another great…

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  2. mapsontheweb:

Circa 1891 US Geological Survey Western US Drainage Districts

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    Circa 1891 US Geological Survey Western US Drainage Districts

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Boo! on Flickr.

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    Boo! on Flickr.

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Checkerboard Sheep on Flickr.

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    Checkerboard Sheep on Flickr.

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Headdress on Flickr.

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    Headdress on Flickr.

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  10. mypubliclands:

Happy Earth Day! 
The Bureau of Land Management is celebrating Earth Day 2013 with a look back at our Johnny Horizon Program, 1968-1977.  The BLM created Johnny Horizon as an early symbol for anti-littering and public land stewardship.  Johnny then represented the Department of Interior’s Clean Up America campaign for the Bicentennial celebration in 1976.
Read the full story about Johnny Horizon by BLM-Alaska’s State Office Archaeologist, Robert King.

    mypubliclands:

    Happy Earth Day! 

    The Bureau of Land Management is celebrating Earth Day 2013 with a look back at our Johnny Horizon Program, 1968-1977.  The BLM created Johnny Horizon as an early symbol for anti-littering and public land stewardship.  Johnny then represented the Department of Interior’s Clean Up America campaign for the Bicentennial celebration in 1976.

    Read the full story about Johnny Horizon by BLM-Alaska’s State Office Archaeologist, Robert King.

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