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Desert Runner

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How far above the tree line? What altitude were you at? Years ago i watched a documentary of how food was produced with limited water and how the food was grown that didn't freeze due to the climate.

I think about what the New World would have looked like with the Aztecs expanding North and South, and the Incas empire expanding North along the Pacific Mexican coast, and the Spanish not arriving for 100-200 more years. The Mayans, by then, were fading and in decline. Those of us in North America get European history and a smattering of Mexican/Caribbean. You have to take advanced courses, to get Central and Southern...New World history.

It's definitely frosty:laughing:...there.
 
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Gustavo Amaral

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How far above the tree line? What altitude were you at? Years ago i watched a documentary of how food was produced with limited water and how the food was grown that didn't freeze due to the climate.

I think about what the New World would have looked like with the Aztecs expanding North and South, and the Incas empire expanding North along the Pacific Mexican coast, and the Spanish not arriving for 100-200 more years. The Mayans, by then, were fading and in decline. Those of us in North America get European history and a smattering of Mexican/Caribbean. You have to take advanced courses, to get Central and Southern...New World history.

It's definitely frosty:laughing:...there.
Hi Desert Runner! I don't know exactly. I might it was around 2 thousands meters above the tree line. There we was on 4,5 thousands meters of altitude, on a very dry and frosty region (it's a desert: -6c at nigth, and 32c at the day). It was fantastic. I realize the scarcity about the south history for americans and the scarcity about the history of the old civilizations on Americas for all off us. So, if you never been here, I encourage you to visit our continent and feel on your skin a litle bit of descendent Incas and indians culture. I'm an apaixonate about it.
 
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Charles M

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Desert camping near Duck Flats Northern Nevada
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The below camping spot is in the canyons of the mountains in the photo above.
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Spring camping and fishing 7 miles west of Silverton Colorado.
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Great fishing area this is Hat Creek not far from Lassen Nationl park in Northern California.
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Mogwai

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Arizona Peace Trail. Somewhere just south of Fishers Landing, and Wild Cow Spring Campground which is at the top of Hualapai Mntn. The trip down to Yucca from Wild Cow Spring was great, slow going but great. Passed through Boriana Mine, which was a cool little stop (3rd, 4th, 5th pics).IMG_20190418_205224.jpegIMG_20190420_093152.jpegIMG_20190420_140522.jpegIMG_20190420_135726.jpegIMG_20190419_180425.jpeg
 

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