One of the most exciting uses of Temblor is to open it in the field, so you can see exactly where the fault scarps have been etched into the landscape. This photo was taken by Temblor developer, Ali Kim, on a backpacking trip last summer. I backpacked into the high country with my daughter there four years ago, where we had a sudden but fortunately safe encounter with a black bear.
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