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  • In the last sigh of the drive, on the downside of the San Gorgonio Pass, spins some 3200 giant ivory-white egg-beaters, the wind farms T.

    Richard Bangs: How Green Is My Valley?

  • The first wind farms went up in the San Gorgonio Pass in 1981.

    The Elusive Green Economy

  • Just outside Palm Springs, California, where the mountains part to create the San Gorgonio Pass, cool Pacific air sweeps toward the inland desert through acre after acre of rusting, derelict wind turbines that stretch to the horizon in orderly columns like soldiers in formation.

    The Elusive Green Economy

  • It was against our biggest rival, the San Gorgonio Spartans, and the odds were against us.

    The Dark Side of Innocence

  • I was only three years old when my dad Doug Malewicki took me on my first overnight backpacking trip to San Gorgonio Mountain.

    Runners

  • Topics include: environmental changes in Death Valley over the past 190,000 years; analysis of the San Andreas fault zone at San Gorgonio Pass; the developing Coso geothermal field in east-central California; new insights into the dynamics of desert dune systems; new data on the Antarctic Peninsula ice sheet during the last ice age; and revised dating of the Patagonian Andes.

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  • To measure a bed platform for us, Gorgonio takes us into his own bedroom in back.

    Gringos in Paradise

  • At one, we meet Gorgonio Reyes, a diminutive, energetic man who directs the family enterprise of headboards and bed stands.

    Gringos in Paradise

  • Gorgonio, had stopped at the hunters 'camp for a belated dinner.

    The Eyes of the World

  • When Jessica H. Lawrence left her job with the Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council in Redlands, Calif., to pursue a new life in New York City, she arrived in late January without a job, an apartment or someone to keep her warm through the winter nights.

    The Seattle Times

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  • I don't see any etymology, which is what I searched for on google. ??

    June 10, 2010