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  • Sunday, September 17, 2006

    Major Sites: Jiuzhaigou Scenic Area

    One of the top scenic areas of Sichuan Province is the Jiuzhaigou Scenic Area known for its undisturbed primitave beauty. It is a World Natural Heritage Site. It was named Jiuzhaigou because there are nine Tibetan villages in the area. Wang HL has posted his pictures of Jiuzhaigou on Flickr. A brief description with pictures is on the official Welcome to Chengdu site.

    4 Comments:

    At 10:39 AM, Blogger Colin & Marcus said...

    Hi, Grampa! We are in Tokyo reading your great blog!

    Now that you know how to ride a bike, once we go to the Rocky Woods and you are there, we can bring our bikes and ride the bike with you.

    Just a warning that Pandas can be dangerous. We read it somewhere that Pandas, especially the ones in the wild can hurt you. Please be careful in China and have fun.

    We love you,
    Colin and Marcus

     
    At 5:11 AM, Blogger PotLuck said...

    Someone's been a busy little blogger. Now you just need to add a link so visitors can create RSS feeds (see http://www.linkassure.com/rss-writer.php, for example, for assistance) and, of course, ads. Even non-profits have to eat. Oh, and try not to run afoul of the censors. Ixna on the Iananmenta Aresqua.

    Tad

     
    At 9:49 AM, Blogger Judy JAS said...

    Thanks for forwarding your new e-mail address and blog. I'm trying to set up my own blog and I'm feeling "blog challenged!"

    Judy Sparanese

     
    At 6:02 AM, Blogger Bill Hawkins said...

    Tad, Thanks for your ideas. I've added the ability to subscribe to an RSS feed through Feedburner.com. I think I will forgo ads. And, I plan to stay away from political content.

     

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