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In fact, this boulder framed stretch of gritty Laem Set beach looks best from afar.
Even though the hike is relatively short, it is considered strenuous because of the challenging terrain, boulder hopping and elevation gain.
Native shrubs were planted around those boulders and browse protection put in place.
Zoo staff says he's already found his own spot in the habitat atop from high, rocky boulders.
The Union Square holiday market farther downtown also has protective boulders.
SUBSCRIBE NOW Beckman said his company opted to install a boulder retaining wall on the hillside behind the development rather than concrete to give it a more natural look.
The Besser Museum for Northeast Michigan in Alpena displays a boulder-sized Petoskey stone that's estimated to weigh roughly 4 tons, or 8,000 pounds, executive director Chris Witulski said.
Now, with a toothpick in his mouth, and boulder-sized chip on his shoulder, Dusty Baker, the 68-year-old manager of the Washington Nationals, is embarking on a vengeance tour.
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