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Out on the Limb

bloody thumb

Monday, January 30, 2006


my bloody thumb
Originally uploaded by sand dragon.


Sunday's quest to see our local landslide yielded no results, except to bloody my thumb on a blackberry vine. (won't be the first time; and it won't be the last...)

There are 3 ways left that I can think of to see the slide:

* Gain access to the inner horseshoe where the threatened home are perched. Unless I get invited, or join the sandbag volunteers, this is not a likely option.

* Learn to hang-glide. Interesting idea, but it sounds expensive, nerve-wracking, and not likely to get good photographs.

* Find a trail across the valley from the slide and use my telephoto lens. Yep, that's it.
posted by Deb, 7:45 AM

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