Here is the photo that in yesterday’s discussion. We’ve had a few theories as to where this shot was taken. To me it seems like a Sentinel Dome perspective. I think that Washburn Pt would make the face disappear. What think ye? Also, did GM fake the pix for the ads? The photos they held up do NOT look like 80 year old gems from granny’s scrapbook. Olde tyme photos have jagged edges along the borders. Click <HERE> for the complete commercial.
If you plan to attend the SF MRP Workshop on Nov 9, let us know how it goes. It’s at the Palm Room, San Francisco Film Centre. Go here for directions. it looks like it is a real working session. The workbook they created had to cost a bundle. The on-line version is huge and I need to scroll back and forth to read it. First class and ready for the White House. They will expect you to fill in words with your position on a few topics. Then they will capture them all and collect for analysis. Wonder if the analysis is similar to a shredder or if a human will actually read and act on them. Let us know if youattend theSF section. My nurse will not let me out of the house. I’ll be on line for the Nov 14 webinar.
As a last resort, fill in the worksheet and email your comments to the park. Remember, if you don’t participate you won’t have a license to complain when the concrete is poured in June 2013.
Hey, hey, hey – FREE park admission Fri-Sun thanks to Veterans Day. Bring your
**Notice – I am going back for more surgery (removing material between lung and chest wall) from Thursday through Sunday. So probably no blog then. Sorry.
Unrelated thought worth quoting: “On the first of April, 1868, I set out afoot for Yosemite. It was the bloom-time of the year over the lowlands and coast ranges the landscapes of the Santa Clara Valley were fairly drenched with sunshine, all the air was quivering with the songs of the meadow-larks, and the hills were so covered with flowers that they seemed to be painted.” – John Muir
*MrHalfDome™ – Rick Deutsch – www.HikeHalfDome.com