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10/10 Personal Pin  This infographic is super relevant, as both Alabama and my home state of Tennessee are experiencing incredibly severe droughts. Conserving water is super important, and also a very easy way to lead a more sustainable life.

10/10 Personal Pin This infographic is super relevant, as both Alabama and my home state of Tennessee are experiencing incredibly severe droughts. Conserving water is super important, and also a very easy way to lead a more sustainable life.

The Broadmoor May 2014 opening of Cloud Camp, a wilderness retreat on Cheyenne Mountain. Cloud Camp sits at an elevation of 9,200 feet. To reach Cloud Camp, guests have 3 options: transported by Broadmoor Jeep; take a mule from the stables at the Shrine of the Sun & ride it to the top; or make the 2 hr hike to the summit. Guests making the hike won’t be roughing it much. Their luggage is transported to their rooms by staff from the Broadmoor.

The Broadmoor May 2014 opening of Cloud Camp, a wilderness retreat on Cheyenne Mountain. Cloud Camp sits at an elevation of 9,200 feet. To reach Cloud Camp, guests have 3 options: transported by Broadmoor Jeep; take a mule from the stables at the Shrine of the Sun & ride it to the top; or make the 2 hr hike to the summit. Guests making the hike won’t be roughing it much. Their luggage is transported to their rooms by staff from the Broadmoor.

Kawazu Nanadaru Loop Bridge, Japan, 1982. The bridge on Highway 414 between Tokyo and the Izu peninsular is a well known landmark, sometimes known as the Japanese Double loop spiral. This unique structure looks more like a roller coaster than a motorway and brings cars up and down a full 45 meters (148 feet) in a valley between two mountainsides. Some other stats: 1.1 kilometers long, the diameter is 80 meters, speed limit 30 km/h.

Kawazu Nanadaru Loop Bridge, Japan, 1982. The bridge on Highway 414 between Tokyo and the Izu peninsular is a well known landmark, sometimes known as the Japanese Double loop spiral. This unique structure looks more like a roller coaster than a motorway and brings cars up and down a full 45 meters (148 feet) in a valley between two mountainsides. Some other stats: 1.1 kilometers long, the diameter is 80 meters, speed limit 30 km/h.

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