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Muller Lane - Jobs Peak
Nevada

Muller Lane in the Carson Valley. This is a view of Jobs Peak which is 10,500 feet (3200M) in elevation. This photo was taken in September. The valley grows lush alfalfa and other feed hay using the abundant snow melt from the Sierra Nevada range. The valley includes the towns of Gardnerville, Minden and Genoa Nevada.

Copyright: Greg burns
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Uploaded: 11/09/2009
Updated: 17/09/2014
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