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November 29, 2010


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Jeanette K.

That is really alarming, especially since most of us look onto those mountains as being pristine. I guess you'd be hard-pressed to find a place that hasn't been negatively impacted with pollution. Thanks for the information.

Jake Norton

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Hi Jeanette, Yeah, it is a bit scary. Just goes to show how far and wide our impact is on our world, on our environment! -JakeJake NortonMountainWorld Productionshttp://www.mountainworldproductions.com 


I love to travel to the Himalayas once in my life, but I think I have quite difficult, so I'll have to put up with seeing all the stories we do them here.

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