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Holidays on the lost highway

The air is cold, clear and as thin as gossamer. As we climb slowly, gasping for what little oxygen we can get at 10,000 feet, the vegetation thins to nothing.

8th April, 2006

The air is cold, clear and as thin as gossamer.

As we climb slowly, gasping for what little oxygen we can get at 10,000 feet, the vegetation thins to nothing.

After an hour of baby-step trudging we find what we came for: the oldest living things on earth.

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