NAFTA and the Art of the Deal - AEI NAFTA and the Art of the Deal I claim no inside knowledge — and given my criticisms of Trump trade policy, it is unlikely that I will ever have such ...
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|There is always a nice touch of light in the morning.|
|I always like the fact that I'm hiking in "the wilderness".|
|The sun just peaking through the trees is always a nice image for me.|
|Here is the sign you would see if you were coming from Maybird|
|The trail splits here. To get to Red Pine, you continue up the left|
side of the stream. If you cross the bridge, you'll end up in
|An old mine dump partially covered with snow.|
|There was quite a bit of ice, and quite a few people had left|
the trail to try and avoid it.
|If you look closely in the middle of this pic you can see the two guys|
fishing. The prominent peak is Little Pfeifferhorn.
|Yours truly taking it all in.|
|The rocks where my son Ben and I had stopped with my grandkids|
to eat lunch back in the summer.
|Pea vines, weeds, and the forks that were supposed to keep the cat out|
and didn't work.
|Picked beets sitting in a basket for later use.|
|The picked Atlantic Giants, along with the tomatoes and chard.|
|My lens cap adds a bit of comparison as to the size of the tomatoes.|
|Chard was the biggest success of the season. Anyone want some?|
|Sign right where the pavement ends.|
|About 25 feet after the pavement ends the wilderness begins.|
|Could this have been the cabin I stayed in as a kid? I wasn't sure, but I thought maybe it was.|
|With late afternoon coming on, the distant peaks looked Beautiful|