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First it was the rivers and civilization began to flourish around the banks. Then came the railroads and new townships blossomed near the tracks. Then it was the lure of gold and untold riches that lured the faithful to build … Continue reading
Mount Diablo State Park in the East Bay (Silicon Valley) offers a rich tapestry of plants, geological formations – Jurassic age rocks, fossilized sea shells from the ocean near the summit of this 3800 foot mountain- so as you go … Continue reading
Over the years I have driven past “the castle”, this time I stayed overnight at San Simeon, the castle was only 4 miles out and little reason to give it a miss. I had little time, the tour was abridged … Continue reading
I have done sections of this at various times, met with thick clouds, sometimes rain. This day was clear as I drove down a 200 mile stretch from my home to to Morro Bay. Morro was not the destination, I … Continue reading
(More pictures from Delhi at surendra.smugmug.com) I lived in Delhi for over 15 years, I have been away for over 21 years. Delhi to me defies definition. Like Rome, Delhi has history, Like New York – a settlement of nationalities, … Continue reading
Two hours North east of the South Rim of the Grand Canyon lies a small town of Page home to the Antelope Canyon, the Lower Antelope and the upper Antelope Canyon. Two hours is the max one gets to spend … Continue reading
A breather after a hectic travel schedule and before another one. Took some pictures of the blooms in my garden!