YANGON, Myanmar - A year ago, Myanmar's police and military stormed the streets of this moldy, crumbling city and began a deadly crackdown on thousands of Buddhist monks protesting sharp rises in the price of food and fuel. Now the country's ruling generals are steeling themselves for a reprise.
Shad Baker, vice president of the Pine Mountain Trail Conference, and members of the Sierra Club, take a lunch break. The volunteers are helping maintain and restore the trail.
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