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Retired software engineer who grew up in Montana, went to Montana State College in Bozeman, and moved to California to work at Stanford Research Institute (SRI). Carto's Library is about books I've read and liked; Carto's Logbook is about photography, travel and adventure. Mt. Maurice Times is tall tales mostly biographical.

Liquid —  Getting Wet at Stanford

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Water flows from the Coret-Taube Conference Center, Stanford

There are 25 or so fountains on Stanford campus. Most of them are suitable for fountain hopping, the undergraduate diversion. This fountain starts in the conference center on Galvez St.  and continues about a hundred feet almost to the corner at Serra St.. Children sometimes walk the length, but the rocky bottom and narrow channel discourage fountain hoppers.

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First waterfall on the fountain.

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One of the several side openings of the long spillway of the fountain.

Cheers, Carto

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