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Not Everyone Appreciates the Snow

Campers Rescued after 2 weeks. Looks like the TV station won't let me embed their video so you'll need to click on the link. Here's the TLDR. A couple in their 30s and their 2 dogs are camping on Alamo... Continue Reading →

New Year’s snow with Oliver and Avery

Photo from KTLA news. It's winter! In southern California, all I have to do is drive an hour and I'm in the snow. I could drive an hour in a different direction and watch surfers but I decided not to.... Continue Reading →

Choosing Family — Wild Sensibility

I’ve written about the fact that the period between my birthday on December 18th through Christmas is not my favorite time of year. Soon I’ll have more to offer on the topic of family. I wish I could say it... Continue Reading →

Shakespeare in the Park.

Via Clothes Free Life Last May of 2016, the Outdoor Co-Ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society  performed The Tempest, co-directed by Alice Mottola and Pitr Strait, in Central Park. Many of the all female cast were nude. NY law allows... Continue Reading →

More weather.

Oh my stars! Southern California inland basins are going to get hard freezes, down to 26F (-3.33 C), the earliest in the year I can remember this happening. That's going to hurt agriculture and in the coldest areas pipes could... Continue Reading →

Damn! Here we go again.

Our sky is heavy with smoke and the sun is going orange. They evacuated the school I was subbing at. There are power outages all over the region. Ninety degree heat, 30 mph wind, humidity ranging between 2 and 9... Continue Reading →

The Story of My Blister.

There has been a dearth of anime in my life as of late. Nothing in the new season has excited me enough to write home about. The latest season of MHA is interesting but so many other people are writing... Continue Reading →

East Canyon, Santa Clarita Woodlands

This hike starts out at about 1400 elevation and over a couple of miles climbs to 2700, the ridge of the Santa Susanna Mountains. This is one of the transverse (east-west) ranges in southern California. The San Gabriels peter out... Continue Reading →

The Survival Science of “Sounan desu ka?”

With the conclusion of Sounan desu ka?, thought I'd look at the "survival science" it offered. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVfhd1pK8aY For those few who might have missed it, Are You Lost is an anime where four teenage girls are stranded on an island... Continue Reading →

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