1. Mt Roland


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    Mt Roland near Sheffield, Tasmania, Australia. Nikon D700 24mm lens

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    • Mt. Tallac Experience


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      Mt. Tallac in the Desolation Wilderness of the Sierra Nevada, CA. 9,739ft. Overlooking Lake Tahoe to the east, and the Crystal Range to the west.

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      • Mt. Whitney Backpacking Trip July 2012


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        Rick, Laura, Liz and I hiked Mt. Whitney in July 2012. We began our hike in Horseshoe Meadows, then headed to Rock Creek over New Army Pass. We headed to Crabtree Meadow the next day, and camped on the west side facing our next stop, Guitar Lake. We did the short hike to Guitar Lake and set up camp about a half mile up from the lake. We woke up at 4am and hit the trail, making it to the top around 7:45am. We exited through the portal the same day (14 miles), and headed home. What an amazing trip!

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        • 3 Mules Documentary Work in Progress


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          Thanks for watching the trailer! I have been filming this story for over a year, funding the project myself. Now it is time to bring in an editing team and turn the hundreds of hours of footage into a compelling feature-length documentary. Will you help make this happen by making a tax-deductible donation? Please visit my donation page at http://documentary.org/fsp/4086 WHAT MULE WANTS YOU TO KNOW: Mule has allowed me to film his journey in exchange for my maintaining his website and Facebook page. And Mule's message has now spread to tens of thousands of people! From the beginning, he has made it very clear that he is not interested in any financial gains or material benefits from the production or distribution of the film, and I will honor his wishes. Like a monk, Mule is a man of simple needs and simple wants. * Contact Amy Halpin, Fiscal Sponsorship Program Coordinator with the IDA, to receive a financial report on the current financial status of the project. amy@documentary.org

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          • 3 Mules Documentary Work in Progress (6 mins)


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            Thank you for viewing some scenes from this work-in-progress feature documentary. Please be a part of seeing the film completed by making a tax-deductible donation here: http://documentary.org/fsp/4086

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            • Multiday trip to Sarek wilderness area 2006


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              Six day multiday trip to Sarek wilderness area on the last week of August 2006.

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              • Mum's run


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                Meet Jo. She's a runner, adventurer, wife and mum. This is a glimpse of what Jo likes to do in her spare time... run 100 km over a couple of days. Who wouldn't!

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                • Munro Film Production Footage


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                  Production footage of a feature documentary I am currently making about a journey on foot to climb Scotland's highest mountains. For more info please go to: http://www.sponsume.com/project/munro-film-production Or www.munrofilm.com www.facebook.com/themunrosfilm www.twitter.com/munrofilm

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                  • Murmuring at Taberah place Burning fire


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                    The Place of Burning Fire is known as Taberah. It did not consume the whole camp, but was a pointed judgment and reminder to the people and the defilement of murmuring. And when the people complained [mourned; dissatisfaction n discontent of the people at the harships connected with the journery through wilderness, this became so loud and angry that the Lord heard it], it displeased [the complaint by the people was against the LORD and his direction and guidance that brought them to the place where they were and this caused the 'fire of the Lord' to burn] the LORD: and the LORD heard it; and his anger[his face, ire, passion] was kindled; and the fire of the LORD burnt [consume by fire] among them, and consumed [devoured] them that were in the uttermost parts of the camp. Num 11:1 Murmuring amongst the people meet with the burning fire which burned against them that complained. The fire and the context is not a fire to burn a person, although the fire proceeded from the Lord, it did not come directly from it. We do not know of the context, we can suppose; but what is plainly said is that a fire burned against those who complained. A fire in one end of the camp where these murmurrers broke out.. The fire was quickly quenched upon the prayer of Moses; yet this incident reminds us of the uncleanness of "murmuring and complaining against the Lord."The fire manifested by the power of the Lord was sent in response to the murmerers. And the people cried unto Moses; and when Moses prayed unto the LORD, the fire was quenched. Num 11:2 And he called the name of the place Taberah [burning, a place in the desert]: because the fire of the LORD burnt among them. Num 11:3 The Mixed Multitude Falls a lusting at Taberah And the mixt multitude [gathered up, a promiscuouse assembly of people]that was among them fell a lusting [covet greatly desire, a longing that is lusting after]: and the children of Israel also wept again, and said, Who shall give us flesh to eat? Num 11:4 Israel looked back on their bondage fondly recalling the food they ate, but forgot the bondage they were in! We remember the fish, which we did eat in Egypt freely; the cucumbers, and the melons, and the leeks, and the onions, and the garlick: Num 11:5 But now our soul is dried away: there is nothing at all, beside this manna, before our eyes. Num 11:6 The manna described: the people were tired of it; they wanted real meat! And the manna[literally a 'whatness' so to speak, i.e manna; a word for something they could not describe nor know what it was] was as coriander seed [in the sense of cutting coriander seed from its furrows during; in order to harvest corriander you had to cut it, remove it, then grind it to put in dishes], and the colour thereof as the colour of bdellium [a *fragrant amber gum]. Num 11:7 Murmuring at Taberah: more resources of WIBR/WARN radio sites: www.warn-usa.com www.warn-radio.com www.wingswatchman.org www.warn-usa.com/watchman-network/ www.ddayforamerica.com

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