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Storm Over Mono Lake Nevada Mono Lake is a majestic body of water covering about 65 square miles. It is an ancient lake, over 1 million years old -- one of the oldest in North America. It has no outlet. Throughout its long existence, salts and minerals have washed into the lake from Eastern Sierra streams. Freshwater evaporating from the lake each year has left the salts and minerals behind so that the lake is now about 2 1/2 times as salty and 80 times as alkaline as the ocean

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Earthquake Cake

ok, the ground is shaking under me wanting to get this made now! Chocolate Peanut Butter Earthquake Cake

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Wave Cloud Mono Lake is a majestic body of water covering about 65 square miles. It is an ancient lake, over 1 million years old -- one of the oldest in North America. It has no outlet. Throughout its long existence, salts and minerals have washed into the lake from Eastern Sierra streams. Freshwater evaporating from the lake each year has left the salts and minerals behind so that the lake is now about 2 1/2 times as salty and 80 times as alkaline as the ocean

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Noctilucent Clouds Mono Lake is a majestic body of water covering about 65 square miles. It is an ancient lake, over 1 million years old -- one of the oldest in North America. It has no outlet. Throughout its long existence, salts and minerals have washed into the lake from Eastern Sierra streams. Freshwater evaporating from the lake each year has left the salts and minerals behind so that the lake is now about 2 1/2 times as salty and 80 times as alkaline as the ocean

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"But the day of my trial would come, Like an earthquake to my beliefs. And the doubts I could not outrun, Brought me to my knees. And I thought I was done, And I almost gave up. When my whole world was crashing down. Now I can't shake this truth, After all I've been through somehow, Lord, I believe in You more now" - More Now, Carrollton We have all been through something that has made us feel that way. We have all experienced something in life that has shaken our faith completely and…

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DOOMSDAY: WOULD YOU SURVIVE?.. well now if don't well then I would be dead... and if do.. like any day you do your best with the cards you are dealt and to worry about doomsday is silly.. but to be prepared for any disaster be it earthquake or whatever.. that is just being prepared and success favors the prepared...

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Alamo Square after the Earthquake This is the now-famous "postcard row" of houses at Alamo Square in San Francisco, as it looked on April 18, 1906, a few hours after the Great Earthquake struck at 5:06 am.

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