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I am nothing if not persistent.

If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. And get up there earlier, dammit! A week later from the last time I posted (To Hike...) I went back up to the mountains determined to get to Grouse Mountain for... Continue Reading →

To Hike…

I like to freehike as most of you know.  This has been a bad summer for it. It got hot in June and stayed that way. we just got our first real break from triple-digit weather. Today was a mellow... Continue Reading →

Alder Creek in the Spring Covid-19 Season

Another nice day has popped up. The high is expected to be in the upper 80s, within my comfort zone for a hike. So I take my trusty Suzuki and even more trusty dog Avery, head out to Fillmore, turn... Continue Reading →

Dirt, Pain, and Madness in the Canyon

This is the upcoming forecast for my area: After a wet and dreary March, April is sending its showers. Some forecasts are predicting as much as 3 inches in our area for the storm. Given that the average annual rainfall... Continue Reading →

Brain Rot

I'm completely lost right now as far as writing goes. The anime I watched have all been written about by others in a much better fashion than I could. Chihayafuru, MHA, Fate/Grand Order, Magia Record, Scientific Railgun, Eizouken, even Heya... Continue Reading →

The Rules for Going Outdoors During Coronavirus

From Outside Online: All of us want to get outdoors right now. With the advice of a public health and infectious disease expert, here’s how you can do so safely and responsibly. https://www.outsideonline.com/2410881/going-outdoors-coronavirus   Stay safe out there!

Sespe Creek via Tar Creek Trail

Slightly NSFW... I have been blogging since long before WordPress even existed. This is an old post, from 2006 when I had a web page. I was trying to form up a local nude hiking group I called the Canyon... Continue Reading →

First Hike of Spring

The Weather Service predicted a short window of warm and sunny today so I took it. Spent a few hours wandering around the trails N. of Castaic. I was amazed at the number of cars I saw at the trailhead.... Continue Reading →

Piru Creek in the Winter

Winter is a cool, grey season in southern California. If you want cold and snow you have to head up to the mountains. In March, we are starting to green up a bit. The deciduous trees are starting to bud.... Continue Reading →

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