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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 →

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 →

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 →

Sawmill Mountain

Still pushing that rock up the hill. You need to find a rock and a hill that you enjoy or it gets boring after a while. Temperature was 61F at 11 am. Elevation start was 8300 ft. then up to... Continue Reading →

The Great Adventure

#EpicTrailFail If you spend time in the outdoors, eventually something will go wrong. It’s a law of nature. But if you survive, those epic failures become the best stories! We’ve all read about amazing accomplishments in the wild, but now... Continue Reading →

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