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Kearsarge Pass

The hot temperatures we are having right now made me long for the coolness of the High Sierra. I didn't make it up there nearly as often as I wanted. October 2007 is one of the few times I did.... Continue Reading →

It was my birthday!

Another hike down Piru Creek. I love this hike but since last winter it has become a bit rough. Trees have fallen, rocks have slid and huge amounts of greenery have sprung up. I park at the usual gate. The... Continue Reading →

Superbloom – Antelope Valley, 2019

No more words needed!

Piru Creek

Oh wow! after a bit of a dry spell I have so much to blog about. Some of it might even be interesting! Today we'll start with one of my favorite wilderness hikes, Piru Creek both north and south of... Continue Reading →

The many versions of “You”.

There is a cosmological theory called the "many-worlds interpretation". It postulates that everything that can happen, does happen. Every time alternate futures are possible, all possible futures happen and another universe exists following each possibility. So everything that can happen,... Continue Reading →

Snakes alive!

I love snakes. What is not to like about a reptile that decided it didn't need legs? The best snake of all in my area is the rattlesnake. Why? Because so many people irrationally hate or fear them. There is... Continue Reading →

Deep Creek 09-29-2018

After my little off-road adventure, I wandered over to Deep Creek. The weather was perfect for freehiking, getting into the low 80s on my way down and dropping to the 60s on my way back up. I was working so... Continue Reading →

Alder Creek Trail, Sespe Condor Sanctuary.

One of my favorite hiking destinations! I have been going out to the Sespe for about 35 years now. I never fail to enjoy it. It is vast, 219,000 acres of land with hundreds of miles of little used trail... Continue Reading →

Saline Valley

Back in late October 2016, I went with a group to Saline Valley Hot springs. This is quite possibly the most remote location in California that can be reached by vehicle. There are several ways to get there but the... Continue Reading →

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