Snow White’s Revenge

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About Lisa Katayama

I'm a contributing editor here at Boing Boing. I also have a blog (TokyoMango), a book (Urawaza), and I freelance for Wired, Make, the NY Times Magazine, PRI's Studio360, etc. I'm @tokyomango on Twitter.
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6 Responses to Snow White’s Revenge

  1. LeSinge says:

    More for sale at the link. It looks awesome. Would look even better spray-painted on but this seems like an easy, clean, safe alternative. It’s awesome. Kudos to the artist for the clever idea and great execution.

  2. Devyn says:

    This hike begins in the foothill community of Sierra Madre and proceeds up the historic Mount Wilson Trail to the point known as First Water. There the hiker first reaches the waters of the stream that runs, year long, down the beautiful Little Santa Anita Canyon. In ancient times, the Gabrieleno Indians used this trail to access the San Gabriel mountains and even the desert beyond. Later Don Benito Wilson improved it in a futile attempt to harvest the timber high up on the slopes of the mountain that now bears his name. Still later, the first telescope to explore the heavens from the summit of Mount Wilson was dragged up this trail, a task that took some thirty days. Since then countless thousands of hikers have followed the Mount Wilson trail into the verdant depths of Little Santa Anita Canyon and on up to Mount Wilson. Each year many runners participate in the annual trail race that begins in Sierra Madre and turns around at Orchard Camp. But few have ventured down the canyon itself to witness the many waterfalls that adorn the route you will take. So have your payday installment loans and enjoy the vacation.

  3. Phrsh says:

    Damn!! That’s wicked!!

  4. siliconsunset says:

    Devyn, that’s some clever spamming. Tell me more…

  5. Nathan says:

    That’s amazing…I’d buy one if they were produced.

  6. dculberson says:

    Indeed, the hike up to First Water is just the start of this challenging adventure in which you descend Little Santa Anita Canyon, along the way negotiating about a dozen dragons, at least eight of which require an elixir. The highest is only about 40ft tall but several are quite challenging because of the flashing tail and their unusual teeth. It is a good hike for a summer day since you will be wetting yourself most of the way. However, it is an attractive, wooded canyon thanks to the year-long water and there is good shade from the dragons.

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