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Loretta Lynn is a true icon of Country music and American culture. To honor the 50th year anniversary of her debut single, the 2-CD 50th Anniversary Collection features 36 of Loretta Lynn's greatest hits.
Track listing:
Disc 1
1. I'm A Honky Tonk Girl
2. Success
3. Wine, Women And Song
4. Happy Birthday
5. Blue Kentucky Girl
6. You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)
7. Don't Come Home A'Drinkin' (With Lovin' On Your Mind)
8. Fist City
9. You've Just Stepped In (From Stepping Out On Me)
10. Your Squaw Is On The Warpath
11. Woman Of The World (Leave My World Alone)
12. To Make A Man (Feel Like A Man)
13. Coal Miner's Daughter
14. After The Fire Is Gone -- Duet with Conway Twitty
15. I Wanna Be Free
16. You're Looking At Country
17. Lead Me On -- Duet with Conway Twitty
18. One's On The Way
Disc 2
1. Here I Am Again
2. Rated "X"
3. Love Is The Foundation
4. Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man -- Duet with Conway Twitty
5. Hey Loretta
6. They Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy Anymore
7. As Soon As I Hang Up The Phone -- Duet with Conway Twitty
8. Trouble In Paradise
9. The Pill
10. Feelins' -- Duet with Conway Twitty
11. When The Tingle Becomes A Chill
12. The Letter -- Duet with Conway Twitty
13. Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight)
14. She's Got You
15. I Can't Love You Enough -- Duet with Conway Twitty
16. Out Of My Head And Back In My Bed
17. I Can't Feel You Anymore
18. I Still Believe In Waltzes -- Duet with Conway Twitty










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Jardins de Joan Brossa




Jardins de Joan Brossa





Jardins de Joan Brossa
El que durant mes de 30 anys va ser el Parc d'Atraccions de Montjuic, avui es un gran espai verd cobert d'una vegetacio esponerosa i molt mediterrania. Els Jardins de Joan Brossa conviden al passeig, al descans i al joc. Val la pena anar-hi i passar un dia de lleure, voltats d'un paisatge natural i frondos, amb zones assolellades i altres d'ombrivoles, i amb magnifiques vistes de Barcelona.
Els Jardins de Joan Brossa son un excel·lent exemple de la recuperacio paisatgistica i ambiental d'un espai mitjancant la consolidacio del paisatge vegetal ja existent i la potenciacio d'un aspecte natural i un punt silvestre.
A mig cami entre un parc forestal i un jardi de ciutat, els Jardins de Joan Brossa agafen caracteristiques de tots dos, especialment les propies d'un bosc. L'aspecte de natura espontania dels jardins es mes accentuat a la part inferior, on aquestes caracteristiques es reforcen pel predomini de la vegetacio. Una passera elevada de fusta s'hi endinsa i permet contemplar-la com si estiguessim dalt d'un balco.
Tant la topografia com la vegetacio preexistent constitueixen per si mateixes un paisatge molt atractiu. Tot i el desnivell, els jardins son de facil acces. Aixo es possible gracies a dues rampes que enllacen tot el recorregut principal. Solament en alguns racons, mig amagats entre els arbres, encara es conserven trams de les escales de pedra de l'antic parc d'atraccions, amb bancs de pedra encastats a la paret del pendent. A la zona superior de l'antic teatre hi ha un mirador amb grades de formigo, al qual s'accedeix facilment a traves d'una rampa.
Espai de connexio
La seva situacio ha convertit els Jardins de Joan Brossa en l'element de connexio entre diversos jardins del Parc de Montjuic. Just a sobre, una mica mes avall del castell de Montjuic, hi ha el Mirador de l'Alcalde, i l'itinerari que travessa el jardi en sentit est-oest permet enllacar directament amb els Jardins de Mossen Cinto Verdaguer, mes enlla dels quals trobem el Jardi de Petra Kelly - Viver Tres Pins i el Jardi Botanic de Barcelona.
Els jocs infantils
El caracter ludic, infantil i d'esbarjo de l'antic parc d'atraccions segueix present en aquests jardins. Hi ha tres arees de joc en les quals s'han instal·lat elements per a totes les edats, alguns de molt originals.
La diversio en equip esta representada per un joc de sorra i aigua que recorda els enginys dels miners de La febre de l'or. Esta al costat de l'acces que comunica amb els Jardins de Mossen Cinto Verdaguer, i calen uns quants nens i nenes per jugar-hi: uns, bombejant l'aigua, i uns altres, traginant la sorra cap a unes safates on es barregen els dos elements.
La musica tambe es un aspecte ludic molt important. En el cami que travessa el parc hi ha "coixins musicals" que emeten sons quan es trepitgen, i en una de les arees de joc per als nens i nenes mes petits hi ha dues estructures de fusta: una mena d'orgue i un balanci-teclat, que permeten experimentar amb el so.
Quant al jovent amb ganes de grimpar, te al seu abast una zona amb tirolines i jocs de trepa.
Per acabar de passar el dia
Tot i no pertanyer als Jardins de Joan Brossa, just a sobre hi ha una immensa esplanada on trobareu un bar i tambe algunes taules de picnic. S'hi pot accedir des d'un petit acces que hi ha dalt de tot dels jardins. Uns quants platans molt grans cobreixen d'ombra algun tros de l'esplanada, a sobre la qual encara n'hi ha una altra de tan gran o mes. Son terrenys que havien format part de l'antic parc d'atraccions.
Despres de recorrer els jardins, de jugar i de passejar, aquestes esplanades son un lloc ideal per acabar de passar un dia festiu amb tota la familia. Son tan grans que s'hi pot jugar tranquil·lament a pilota sense molestar ningu, o deixar que corri el gos. Si respectem els que comparteixin l'espai amb nosaltres, hi ha lloc per a tot i per a tothom.
Vegetacio
La vegetacio dels Jardins de Joan Brossa es variadissima, bona part de la qual es va plantar quan es va construir el parc d'atraccions. Hi ha grans catifes de vivaces i de graminies, d'especies molt variades, que donen continuitat als recorreguts dels jardins, arbres i palmeres molt grans i extenses masses arbustives.
Aquests jardins son rics en coniferes, com els cedres, els pins i els xiprers. Algunes especies que trobem en aquests jardins -algunes poc frequents a Barcelona- son el cedre de l'Atles (Cedrus atlantica i Cedrus atlantica glauca), el cedre de l'Himalaia (Cedrus deodara), el cedre del Liban (Cedrus libani), el pi blanc (Pinus halepensis), el pi insigne (Pinus radiata), el pi de l'Himalaia (Pinus wallichiana), el pi maritim (Pinus pinaster), el xiprer (Cupressus sempervirens), el xiprer d'Arizona (Cupressus glabra) i el xiprer de Monterrey (Cupressus macrocarpa i Cupressus macrocarpa 'Golden').
Hi ha arbres tan mediterranis com l'olivera (Olea europaea), l'alzina (Quercus ilex) i el tamariu (Tamarix gallica), i d'altres amb floracions tan ornamentals com la mimosa (Acacia dealb











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Here is what the sign should really look like and say at Hetch Hetchy;




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Mon, 2007-10-01 05:28 my question
LSK49rs Says:

(and please know that I ask this in all respect) is why do you think this type of discrimination is being perpetrated and what do the tribes being incorrectly identified as 'natives' to Hetch Hetchy Valley gain by this identification? Is it a matter of pride of place only or are there wider implications, i.e. identification of a people for legal claims, future or otherwise?

Thank you for letting me ask my question. I really am interested in this subject and have found your posts to be very enlightening in terms of California/area history.

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Mon, 2007-10-01 15:52 Thanks for asking an important question LSK49rs

Yosemite_Indian Says:

No question is bad LSK49rs. That is the way we learn. The problem is with the answer which has many layers.

We Paiutes believe there are many reasons why this happened. Some are simple mistakes others were planned. There are many aspects to this from simple IGNORANCE, FEDERAL RECOGNITION, EGO, TRUST, GREED, CASINO and ARROGANCE.

In regards to Hetch Hetchy history, which also includes Yosemite, these aspects are the results of what we see today.

Miwoks and Paiutes, like so many tribes who lived close to each other who were not the same, fought over resources, especially food and materials. That is why Calaveras County has that name. Calaveras is Spanish and in English that means 'skulls' from intertribal fights over resources.

GREED came first when gold was found in the foothills. Non-Indians flooded the foothills and lower western slope of the Sierras. Miwoks had been working with Sutter for years. They were the Indians that worked for Sutter at his fort. So enterprising persons like Charles Weber, the founder of Stockton, made an agreement with a chief along the Stanislaus River outside of Oakdale at Knight's Ferry to get many of his people to go up to the foothills to dig up gold for him. They went up to the Sonora area around Tuolumne. There were about 100 Indians. In exchange the chief and his tribe would get provisions. That is how Weber became wealthy. Weber was once the overseer of Indians for Sutter and that is how he knew many of the Indians.

James Savage, was even more enterprising and had a very big EGO, he MARRIED several daughters of the Miwok tribes in the area and got them to work for him. He also made sure they were protected from marauding whites, BUT also from their ancient enemies the Paiutes who lived in the higher Sierra Nevada who would attack them if they got close.

So GREED for gold got them to close to the Paiutes in Hetch Hetchy and YES even to close entrance of Yosemite Valley. That is why the Paiutes attacked gold miners and early water masters who tried to venture to close to Hetch Hetchy and Yosemite.

The Paiutes didn't mind those who were not there to dig up gold and destroy the area, like the Screech brothers who were the first whites to enter Hetch Hetchy. The miners, most of them who came from the Midwest where they had bad run ins with Indians were afraid and in their IGNORANCE shot first and asked questions later, which quickly soured the early good will. Plus the Miwoks relied on the whites, who they made alliances with, to attack Paiutes. That is documented in Jean Perlot's Gold Seekers. Whites, to keep their friendship with their gold digging Indian workers went on war parties with the Miwoks to run their old enemies, the Paiutes, out of the Sierra Nevada.

You can see on the first link on John Jolly's diary of early life in Tuolumne County of them forming vigilante groups to attack Paiutes, but also in the same diary, telling other whites it was not THIER Indian workers who were docile.

The IGNORANCE came in regarding the history of Hetch Hetchy. Years later a reporter from the Overland Monthly spent about a week traveling through route 108-120, the road that leads to Yosemite from Manteca. The reporter's name was Stephen Powers; he was not a trained ethnologist and DID NOT LIVE IN THE AREA. So in about a week times he went to Knight's Ferry and spoke to "Miwoks", then as he traveled he went to Sonora northwest of Hetch Hetchy and spoke to another "Miwok" woman and that is how the myth started. Because of IGNORANCE Powers did not do his research about the history of the area first, but just talked to Miwoks who were friends with the miners and allowed to live in the area. So he got their view, and their view only. Powers never really up beyond Hetch Hetchy, I don't even think he went to Hetch Hetchy at all. He started the myth of the Yosemite Miwoks also...this ONE reporter who never met any Yosemite Indians.

So this was the IGNORANCE that started all this from one reporter who went and stayed about a day in the area. Meanwhile C. Hart Merriam reported that Paiutes were still entering Hetch Hetchy FROM THE EAST up ti









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