Hansen’s auction site for the $10 billion Sierra Auction

Auctions house Hansen’s Auction is seeking to sell the Sierra auction site in Yosemite National Park for the second time in as many weeks.

The Sierra auction site sits in a valley where the park’s glaciers melt, making the valley a perfect place to buy up land for development.

The site is also home to the historic El Capitan Icefall, which once led climbers to the summit of El Cap.

A recent auction put the site up for sale for $10.5 billion.

The auction of the site, located in the El Cap and Yosemite valleys, was announced by President Donald Trump on Monday.

The $10,000 bid was made by a buyer from the auction house, which also has a buyer in California.

“The Sierra is a very important site in the park for two reasons,” said Robert A. Burch, a lawyer with the real estate firm Burch Hansen, which is handling the auction.

“One, the glaciers melt and the valley is extremely hot.

Second, the valley has a history of selling up land.

It’s been a great way to buy out land for a few years.”

The $10-billion auction of land for the site was announced in March, but there was a lot of speculation as to whether or not it would go through.

“We are just trying to stay as focused on the auction as possible, because it’s the right thing to do,” Burch said.

He also said that the land was purchased for less than $1 million and that there would be no bidding on it in the near future.

The auction site, called El Cap in honor of the mountain’s peak, is located on the outskirts of Yosemite National park.

The bid is for $1.9 billion.

“It’s a tremendous piece of real estate,” said Scott Schreiber, president of the National Association of Realtors.

“This is the highest price we’ve ever seen for any real estate property.

It is a gem of a property, and this auction is going to be a big part of that.”