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Bob Tregilus
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Plug In America Show producer/host. Electric vehicle EV-angelist, vehicle-2-grid (V2G) geek, energy democratizer, and renewable energy feed-in tariff wonk.
Plug In America Show producer/host. Electric vehicle EV-angelist, vehicle-2-grid (V2G) geek, energy democratizer, and renewable energy feed-in tariff wonk.

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A Canada lynx named "Legend" at the Animal Ark rescue facility near Reno, NV, USA <http://animalark.org/animals/legend/>.
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Sand Harbor State Park, Lake Tahoe, Nevada, USA (12/26/2016).
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These dunes are about midway on the road from Utah SR-24 to the junction of Lower San Rafael and Hans Flat Roads, (10/17/2016).
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Whitehorse Falls, Oregon (11/22/2016). When I first saw this scene, I'm like, "Where's my chainsaw so I can get that stupid broken tree out of the way." What do you think, does the stupid broken tree add to or detract from the scene?
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Mt. Thielsen in south-central Oregon (11/22/2016).
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Hunter Creek Falls in the Mt. Rose Wilderness just west of Reno, NV.
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Daniel is a Mountain Lion who lives at the animal rescue facility, Animal Ark, a little north of Reno, NV USA <http://animalark.org/>. "At noon on October 17, 2011, Animal Ark received a call about an orphaned 3½ month-old mountain lion kitten. Could Animal Ark take him? That very morning, we had said farewell to a much loved older cat, Tonka, and thus, Tonka’s enclosure stood empty. With space available, our new resident arrived the following afternoon. Daniel is the lone survivor of his family. His siblings had perished a few weeks earlier and his mother had been killed the day he was found. Mountain lions are very elusive, so normally nobody would have known that the mother had a kitten in tow. However, since this mountain lion family was being monitored by an UNR PhD candidate conducting a long-term study on mountain lion ecology, it was possible to locate the kitten, which ultimately saved his life. Mountain lions hold the world record for the most common names (Guinness Book of World Records, 2004). They are amazing jumpers and can jump 20 ft across in a single bound without a running start, and up to 15 ft vertically."
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A ranch off California SR284 near Frenchman Lake in Plumas County (12/11/2015). Feedback appreciated. 
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Little Last Chance Creek off California SR284 near Frenchman Lake in Plumas County (12/11/2015).
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The Tesla Gigafactory at the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center in late July.
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