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Marius 9h
Replying to @ma_dnl
When we spoke he told me that he was looking to get a dog. Because dogs make everything better, even solitude. I hope he found one.
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Marius 9h
Replying to @ma_dnl
He gets to experience morning to sunset this landscape of inexhaustible beauty. On quiet days he takes his vintage Honda motorcycle on the trails that web the area. And, weirdly, you have good Internet here, so you are not completely cut off from the non-forest world
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Marius 9h
Replying to @ma_dnl
You may express dismay at this scale of isolation. But as the ranger told me, this is an idyllic job for people who embrace solitude.
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Marius 9h
East of Sherman Pass in the Sequoia National Forest rises Bald Mountain, at 9430ft. And on top of Bald Mt. is a lookout. During the warm months, a ranger lives in this solitary point and surveys the expanse of alpine forests for fires.
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Marius Aug 10
Good night from San Francisco
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Marius Aug 10
take a photo with another iPhone
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Marius Aug 10
Replying to @kpk
Oh Kenneth, who would believe you are British now?
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Marius Aug 10
Replying to @kpk
I think the more alarming thing is you researching RAM trucks
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Marius Aug 9
Replying to @ma_dnl
The sheer vastness of the landscape belies hope for progress in your journey. But the path is linear, traffic is sparse and the speedometer can reach alarming numbers without you noticing. Time feels like a singular moment stretched across hours
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Marius Aug 9
CA-395 Known as El Camino Sierra during the Gold Rush era, it spans from Southern California to the Canadian border. It also joins the highest point in the contiguous United States, Mount Whitney with the lowest point in North America, Death Valley. A personal happy place
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Marius Aug 7
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Marius Aug 6
Replying to @amesimmons
You’ve got this!
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Marius Aug 3
Mammoth Pool Reservoir, viewed from Mile High Vista Point in the Sierra National Forest
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Marius Aug 1
Replying to @ma_dnl
Source for second photo: Not quite sure where the first one is from
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Marius Aug 1
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Marius Jul 28
Replying to @m7z
On the Lost Coast, Northern California, about 1h south of Eureka.
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Marius Jul 28
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Marius Jul 26
Replying to @l_if
California Lost Coast
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Marius Jul 26
Replying to @itszero
Sadness
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Marius Jul 26
Replying to @itszero
SHOW US THE BIKE
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