#TodayInCAHistory: On June 10, 1846, a herd of 170 horses en route to Alta California's acting Governor Jose Castro were taken by a group of U.S. settlers. Due to settlers' fears that the horses would be used by Castro to drive foreigners out of the Mexican territory, the herd was taken to the camp where U.S. Captain John Fremont and his troops were resting at the junction of the Bear and Feather rivers. The event was the first strike in the insurgency that became the Bear Flag Revolt.
<3 two hearts that understand each other in silence is much better than thousand words. People who love their freedom needs it as a gesture of respect, clinging lovey dovey is surely a relationship killer for these people, we are the same.
Polar bear on fjord ice in Svalbard, Norway. The polar bear (Ursus maritimus) is a bear native largely within the Arctic Circle encompassing the Arctic Ocean, its surrounding seas and surrounding land masses. It is the world's largest land carnivore. The polar bear is classified as a vulnerable species. Loss of sea ice is threatening a critical part of their habitat. (info from wiki)