[Photo Gallery:] Xianjiyan Mountain Hike, Taipei, Taiwan

Up another local mountain this morning for a hike, some fresher air, and scenery. Smaller temples and graves often dot these mountains, and you expect to find some on every hike. This hike was a little different than last because up one overgrown, slippery stone path there was an unattended grave with a big cross on it. Christian grave? We don’t know but we’ll get Mingdaw to translate the inscriptions. We managed to get some interesting photo detail at one of the temples. It had a nice but cloudy view of the Taipei basin and guy playing some soothing recorder music while we were up there. That gave it a kind of surreal atmosphere, but it was much appreciated.

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