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  • World travelers chill out at Mount Shasta

    Mount Shasta, called "the Woodstock of spirituality," has long been a mountain of mystery, attracting an assortment of spiritual questers. The believers come by the thousands, searching and exploring the giant peak’s myth and magic. They come from around the world, from more than 50 countries, to explore the giant peak, 14,180 feet tall and 17 miles across.

Mount Shasta, called "the Woodstock of spirituality," has long been a mountain of mystery, attracting an assortment of spiritual questers. The believers come by the thousands, searching and exploring the giant peak’s myth and magic. They come from around the world, from more than 50 countries, to explore the giant peak, 14,180 feet tall and 17 miles across. Lezlie Sterling The Sacramento Bee
Mount Shasta, called "the Woodstock of spirituality," has long been a mountain of mystery, attracting an assortment of spiritual questers. The believers come by the thousands, searching and exploring the giant peak’s myth and magic. They come from around the world, from more than 50 countries, to explore the giant peak, 14,180 feet tall and 17 miles across. Lezlie Sterling The Sacramento Bee

Chill out on Mount Shasta. A few UFO and Sasquatch sightings will ease that stress

May 28, 2017 4:00 AM

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