Week of August 4, 2019
On one of our extremely hot and humid days, our Amish friends stopped to water and cool off their overheated horse. They eventually decided not to tax the horse further, hence young man pulling buggy the 1/4 mile home--mostly downhill.
I woke up early in the morning before yesterday and after couple of hours driving and walking to my favorite place : Taleghan lake 200 KM west of Tehran.
The Bow Fiddle Rock is so called because it resembles the very tip of a bow. It was formed by erosion of a rock called Cullen Quartzite. This is one of many different quartzites found in Scotland.
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