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Hi all! Let me introduce you into my newest city called Softwood Creek. It's city placed in Northpoint Bay, surrounded with beautifull mountains and dense forests. The clean mountain air...

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Easy Pete
Welcome to the John Crane's National Park. The place only one step close to the heaven.
This park was founded by George James Smith in 1933 and its signed in the world heritage UNESCO.
 
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Entering the park:

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The view on whats left after the giant avalanche last winter....
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It appeared 400 vertical metres of rock and trees slid down the mountainside, washed into the lake and triggered a giant wave.


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Easy Pete

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Although colour change in leaves occurs wherever deciduous trees are found, colored autumn foliage is most famously noted in regions of Canada and the United States.

Eastern Canada and the New England region of the United States are famous for the brilliance of their autumnal foliage.

No spring nor summer beauty hath such grace

as I have seen in one autumnal face

Autumn quote by John Donne

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High wealth rowhomes residental district

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Easy Pete

Welcome. The first picture introduces Softwood Creek.

John Crane's memorial on the picture:

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John Crane's Dam and Crag street.

The place where John Crane found his first gold nugget.

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Wide Peak neighbourhood.

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Southpoint Highway, leads to Downtown.

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Softwood Bay 1.

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Softwood Bay 2.

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Crane's Lighthouse Island.

It is said that who enters this lighthouse, will find gold nugget in the Hudson river.

Easy Pete

Softwood Creek started like many other cities, during the Gold Rush in 1802.Long before the trans Alaska pipeline and the Ellington Highway were constructed in the 1930.

John Crane, the fundator of the city came with his familly to find a fortune in unhospitable wilderness.New York didn´t seem to have enough opportunities to earn money,

so he decided to start a new life. And what else should he do, than finding the gold? John settled by Hudson river. It was only a matter of circumstance that he found what he was looking for.

He made it. He found a Gold, and started mining. The ammount of gold he found, attracted more gold miners to come to the Softwood Creek.

And soon the city started to grow.

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John's familly did well. He started a company, focused on mining. This company is called Softwood Mining Industries. City became very atrractive for investors from the east. In next 20 years, the rail was built, so the city became more available for new inhabitans.

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City expanded very fast, and soon became very big. In 1870 Softwood Creek became 80K city. The golden era started...

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Many international corporations started their bussiness here. Banks, Hotels, Factories, they all found Softwood the best place to go to...

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