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View from the Faulhornweg, a long 6 hour hike in the Bernese Alps.
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Along Hadrian's Wall...
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Over the Suvretta Pass, Switzerland...
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Interesting. What are those structures?
Nicely composed
Thanks! These are called the Ward Charcoal Ovens. They‘re in a State Historical Park in Nevada, and they’re neat looking inside and out -
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They used these in the late 1870’s to burn wood down to charcoal, so they could then use the charcoal to smelt ore nearby.
 

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Boardman Trail, a municipal trail for the bored in Traverse City.
 

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The path along the Aletsch glacier in Switzerland.
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The trail to Alp Languard, Engadin, Switzerland, with Piz Ot in the background.
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The trail to Alp Languard, Engadin, Switzerland, with Piz Ot in the background.
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It looks beautiful. I’m increasingly envious of your Engadine posts! I’ve walked extensively in Switzerland but, not yet, that valley. And plans to do so have been scuppered for the last 2 summers, one by a last- minute injury my wife picked up and the other by Covid. Maybe next year if we can clear c19? Please continue posting your great shots, and I’ll continue planning! Thank you.
 

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It looks beautiful. I’m increasingly envious of your Engadine posts! I’ve walked extensively in Switzerland but, not yet, that valley. And plans to do so have been scuppered for the last 2 summers, one by a last- minute injury my wife picked up and the other by Covid. Maybe next year if we can clear c19? Please continue posting your great shots, and I’ll continue planning! Thank you.
Glad you like them Paul! I can suggest good walks, places to stay, advice about public transport, etc. If you're interested please PM me.
Meantime here's another, the Panoramaweg above Samedan, (with the 'boss' walking ahead).
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Another view from the Via Engiadina...
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Walk this evening.

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