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    Favorite Places

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    See also: Map of North America - my Photos and Info Map
    1. Independence Pass (Colorado) (see also Independence Pass)
    Aspen - 7902ft (2395 meters)
    Independence Pass - 12,095ft (3665 meters)

    Spring ......... snowy peaks
    Summer ....... cool hiking
    Fall .............. fall colors
    Winter ......... snow pictures

    Links:
    Aspen/Snowmass - www.aspensnowmass.com ------------ (Sept 26, 2002) - It's snowing in Aspen already :)
    Yellow flowers picture - http://www.independencepass.org/
    History - http://www.aspenhistory.com/indpass.html

    (Independence pass is closed for winter from about Nov 15 to about May 15.)


    2. Temagami, Ontario (Canada) (see also Temagami)
    *** canoeing, solitude ...... sound of loons and occasional moose

    Spring ......... chilly/windy
    Summer ....... beautiful canoeing
    Fall .............. white caps possible, but cool
    Winter ......... down to -40 F (-40 C)

    3. Sedona (Arizona) (see also Sedona)
    *** desert hiking

    Spring ......... beautiful
    Summer ....... beautiful (awesome monsoons in July/August)
    Fall .............. beautiful
    Winter ......... beautiful

    4. Big Sur (California) (see also California)
    *** nice coastline, windy air

    Spring ......... ?
    Summer ....... beautiful
    Fall .............. ?
    Winter ......... ?

    5. Vysoke Tatry (Slovakia) (see also Slovakia)
    *** nice coastline, windy air

    Spring ......... hiking :)
    Summer ....... hiking; rain likely in late afternoon
    Fall .............. hiking :)
    Winter ......... skiing


    Places to see (I haven't been there. Yet.)

    1. Colorado fourteeners
    nice website - www.14ers.com
    list of peaks - www.14ers.com/photos/photos_14ers1.html

    map of peak locations - www.abovethetimber.com/Fourteeners.htm


    2. Death Valley, California
    134 Fahrenheit (57 Celcius) on June 10, 1913 (highest temperature in North America)

    Backpacker story - California's Death Valley


    3. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania (east Africa)
    (200miles south of equator, close to Kenya)

    highest point of Africa: volcano Kibo - 19,340 ft (5,895 m) --- base of mountain: 4000ft
    Yahoo commentary
    Thompson guides Facts FAQ
    Tusker guides - reference material

    hikeable, 45miles - see documentary DVD "Kilimanjaro: To the Roof of Africa"
    other routes - 60miles+..... guided groups: $1800 - $8000


    etc
    Alaska - Montana - Yellowstone - Oregon coast - Mtn Rainier

    (Canada) Banff - Lake Louise - Canadian Rockies

    (Africa) Botswana - Tanzania - Kenya

    (Asia) Nepal

    (S. America) Patagonia,Peru

    (Europe) Swiss Alps

    Jakarta - Michelle's website (2000)

    Alabama - Yahoo Map .... Fedstats Map (counties only)
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