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The Black Mysterious🐂🐂 Toro Negro Forest - Jan 2020 exploration

Selected Images from Exploration of the Toro Negro (Black Bull) Rainforest over 4,300 feet 🐸🐂😲😒🏳‍🌈💋🐱‍🐉 When created in 1935 as part of the Caribbean National Forest, the Toro Negro Forest Reserve was managed by the United States government, first via the Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration of the Department of the Interior (1935–1942) and later through the Forest Service of the Department of Agriculture (1942–1970) blah blah...  Then, in 1970, the Federal Government exchanged with the Government of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico the Toro Negro section of the Caribbean National Forest for some forested lands belonging to the Commonwealth and located adjacent to the much larger federal lands at Luquillo National Forest resulting in the creation at Luquillo of the...

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Links and resources related to the Great Smoky National Park

NPS  Maps and Store for Smokies  https://www.smokiesinformation.org/store https://www.nps.gov/grsm/planyourvisit/offbeatenpath.htm Visit my Smokies - vacation planning: https://www.visitmysmokies.com/ https://www.visitmysmokies.com/what-to-do/attractions/ https://www.visitmysmokies.com/blog/smoky-mountains/places-visit-day-trip-great-smoky-mountains-national-park/ Lonely Planet  https://www.lonelyplanet.com/articles/first-time-great-smoky-mountains-national-park  Oyster  https://www.oyster.com/articles/great-smoky-mountains-is-americas-most-popular-national-park-heres-why/

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Recurring RainForest explorations - Rio Sabana

During the last year, as Raul moved to a job as IT developer at Microsoft in Humacao, next to El Yunque east side. The i took the opportunity of regular explorations there. One documented elsewhere was a 3-day hike all across the forest (about 25kim) crossing the Rio Sabana Trail and then Tradewinds trail, sleeping on the trail. But most often i have gone many times to the Rio Sabana park to explore the rivers, the Rio Sabana trails many offshoots and streams and the lost PR 191 link due to a huge landslide. There is so much here to tell ... Image - its a joke of my sons on the Rio Sabana Trail - Naguabo PR. The rangers...

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