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A trip in west America of my German long friend Mr. Chilian
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A trip in west America of my German long friend Mr. Chilian
Bad Lands NP/ Mount Rushmore

 

The editor's word: Mr. Chilian is my German long friend for philately. I have introduced his brief features here, and his story have been published in our philatelic web site . This year, Mr.Chilian and his wife Madam Maria revisit the old haunt--America. But there are two point in this trip: one is driving a car as himself; Other one is in western America, especially Arizona and Grand Canyon. He sent many rare photos for us, It is very valuable for Morricone's Fans who are interested in the Spaghetti Westerns very much. So we publish these photos below for share (Mr.Chilian's more pages : 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13 ...)
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Mr. Chilian's E-mail after the pages was published (Nov.15,2008)
Dear friend Mr. Han,
you have done a great job with the USA fotos and Morricone. By the way he celebrated hie 80 th birthday - he seems to be very fit and in an interview in my favorit radio station Classic Radio, he said that he will continue to compose for as long as he is alive. I truly hope so, he is the greatest film music composer alive !!!....
Mr.Chilian and his wife Maria
001- A route map of Mr.Chilian's trip of western America

Mr. Chilian said in an E-mail: "attached is a map showing our trip. We started in Denver drove up north to Mt. Rushmore, than west to Yellowstone NP, south to Salt Lake City to Grand Canyon. From there we drove east along all the canyons back to Denver."

A route map of Mr.Chilian's trip of western America
For the sake of more clearly understand this route , I made a new map by way of Yahoo site below: Red is route of the trip, white frame and blue line are main landscapes.
A route map of Mr.Chilian's trip of western America
A few relevant web pages
Bad Lands NP 01 , 02, 03
Rushmore Mount 01, 02, 03
Yellowstone NP 01, 02, 04, 04
Bryce Canyon 01, 02, 03, 04
Antelope Canyon 01, 02, 03, 04, 05
Grand Canyon 01, 02, 03,
Monument Canyon 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07
Arches NP 01, 02, 03, 04
002 An explaination
 
Mr. Chilian sent total 102 photos, every file's size is about 5M and 8 million PX. The size is too much for web page, so we have to select 65 photos and properly compress them, but still more than 2 million PX. You can click every photo for see bigger photo. Mr. Chilian also wrote explanation for every photo. We added some note in some photos so that you could understand more
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Our rented car Toyota 4Runner on a highway. I drove 6500 km and this superb car was just great !!!
Our rented car Toyota 4Runner on a highway.
Our rented car Toyota 4Runner on a highway.
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Bad Lands NP, South Dacota. Maria enjoys the sun after strong rainfall and storm
 
Bad Lands NP, South Dacota. Maria enjoys the sun after strong rainfall and storm

Note: Bad Lands NP

Badlands are a type of arid terrain where softer sedimentary rocks and clay-rich soils have been extensively eroded by wind and water. It can resemble malpaís, a terrain of volcanic rocks. Canyons, ravines, gullies, hoodoos and other such geological forms are common in badlands. They are often difficult to navigate by foot. Badlands often have a spectacular colour display that alternates from dark black/blue coal stria to bright clays to red scoria.

Features
The term "badlands" represents a consensus in North America: the Lakota called the topography "Makhó?i?a", literally bad land, while French trappers called it "les mauvaises terres à traverser" – "the bad lands to cross". The Spanish called it tierra baldía ("waste land") and cárcava. The term badlands is also apt: badlands contain steep slopes, loose dry soil, slick clay, and deep sand, all of which impede travel and other uses. Badlands form in arid regions with infrequent but intense rain-showers, sparse vegetation, and soft sediments: a recipe for massive erosion.

Some of the most famous fossil beds are found in badlands, where erosion rapidly exposes the sedimentary layers and the scant cover of vegetation makes surveying and fossil hunting relatively easy.(See here)

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Mount Rushmore (see my letter with stamps)
Mount Rushmore
Note: Mount Rushmore National Memorial, near Keystone, South Dakota, is a monumental granite sculpture by Gutzon Borglum (1867–1941), located within the United States Presidential Memorial that represents the first 150 years of the history of the United States of America with 60-foot (18 m) sculptures of the heads of former United States presidents (left to right): George Washington (1732–1799), Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826), Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919), and Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865).[1] The entire memorial covers 1,278.45 acres (5.17 km2)[2] and is 5,725 feet (1,745 m) above sea level.[3] It is managed by the National Park Service, a bureau of the United States Department of the Interior. The memorial attracts approximately two million people annually (See here)
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Mt. Rushmore
Mount Rushmore
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Mount Rushmore.
 
Mount Rushmore
The stamps mailed by Mr.Chilian-01 Mount Rushmore, George Washington - first president of the USA
The stamps  Mount RushmoreThe stamps  Mount RushmoreThe stamps  Mount Rushmore
The stamps George Washington - first president of the USA
The stamps George Washington - first president of the USA The stamps George Washington - first president of the USA
 
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General Store and bar in Fort Laramie, Wyoming. From 1834-1890 the Fort was a frontier post and served as military and trading place for Indians and emigrants.
General Store and bar in Fort Laramie, Wyoming.
General Store and bar in Fort Laramie, Wyoming.
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Indian Chief Washakie (1798-1900). He was a famous statesman, warrior and peacemaker. The sculpture stands in the State Government building in Cheyenne, capitol of the state of Wyoming.
 
Indian Chief Washakie (1798-1900)
The stamps mailed by Mr.Chilian-02 Buffalo Bill / Bison
The stamps mailed by Mr.Chilian-02 Buffalo Bill / Bison
The stamps mailed by Mr.Chilian-02 Buffalo Bill / Bison
 
The stamps mailed by Mr.Chilian-03 famous Indian chiefs - Red Cloud - Crazy Horse / paintings Indian - Cowboys / Indian Art masks from various tribes
The stamps famous Indian chiefs - Red Cloud - Crazy Horse
stamp paintings Indian - Cowboys stamp paintings Indian - Cowboys
stamps Indian Art masks from various tribes
stamps Indian Art masks from various tribes
 
 
 
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