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Tai Chi and A Hike

Bill James and other Volunteers Remove invasive Salt Cedar "Gus" Gustafson leads a group of students in Tai Chi before their hike.
Photo by John Harrington, July 6, 2008.

Relaxed and Ready To Go!

Zabriskie Point in Death Valley National Park All smiles after their Tai Chi exercises, the group is ready to hike the Spring Mountains.
Photo by John Harrington (or at least by his camera), July 6, 2008.

Cathedral Rock Hike

Volunteers on Ed Rothfuss' DVNP Service Trip A group of hikers rests for a "photo op" with The Mummy in the background.
Photo by John Harrington, July 7, 2008.

It's All Downhill From Here...

Hike Leader Ann Cronin and Hikers on Jan. 13th, 2008 John Harrington took this shot of the switchbacking hikers on their way back from Cathedral Rock.
Photo by John D. Harrington.

Big Falls Hike

Nga Lam's Photo of Gold Butte Sunrise or Sunset On a beautiful late Spring day the group is pictured on their way up to Big Falls. Note the falls in the upper left and the nearby Olympic Snow Slide.
Photo by John Harrington, June 15, 2008.

A 9.5 for Jack on His Snow Slide

Petroglyph Photo by Nga Lam  
Photo(s) by John Harrington, June 15, 2008.

Watermelon Awaits

Gold Butte Photo by your fearless Webmaster

Here the Big Falls hikers pause for a group picture.

In the upper left photo inset Billie Jean James (seated second from the left on the ground in the group photo next to her husband, Bill) ended the hike by sharing cold watermelon with everyone!

Photo(s) by John Harris

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