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Thanks Tim - on my way over for a peek.
Speaking of that part of America, I saw in the media about two or three weeks back, that George Bush and the Interior Secretary called on Congress to allow development of shale oil on PUBLIC LANDS in the Green River Basin which straddles Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. That sounds perilously close to your 'territory' ?? At the same time however there has been a morotorium on solar projects on public land in Arizona, New Mexico and about four other desert or high sun ration states. Ouch ! Go figure !!
As Henry Kissinger said, " Zee problem ist not that there is too little oil, zee problem ist that there are too many people."
Developing shale oil in that area will take years, implosion is upon us now...
I fear that Henry may well have been correct...
I had heard many of his quotes, but not that one. However, I am presuming that he said it during his major public years in the Nixon and Ford administrations, ie before the late 70's anyway.?
So if he thought there were quite a number of us then - Oh Henry, have a look at us now, more than 30 years on..
Main thing is, as you say, such a move would take years and presumably Congress have not even approved it yet. But if it did go ahead, the effect on the pristine countryside and waterways could be catastrophic.
Ah well, as Janis Joplin said ' 'Get it while you can' ..
The newest photos are beautiful. I especially love the one of Nadia and Pop.
Where are the new photos located on the site. I can't find them. Help.
Go to any page on my site, click on Panettrout ( in RED) on my header and it will take you to the most recent page of photos... all the different pages are listed in the right hand column...
Planettrout / Tim B.
Thanks for your help. I realize I did not scroll down far enough -- duh.
Enjoyed seeing the photos very much.
Many thanks for the new photos - they are beautiful and I loved seeing them.