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... the PCT has a water Crisis. Things start to dry up, you have your sights set on the Sierra's. You just want to make it through this so that you can start enjoying yourself more again.
500-600 is 50-60 yrs old: I couldn't come up with anything
600-900 is 60-90 yrs old: YOU HAVE DONE IT! you survived, now time to sit back and relax for your golden years, which is the Sierra's (Many people have coined ...
Sunday, May 3, 2015. PCT Day 14 This morning I awoke at 7am to frozen water bottles. At one point overnight I checked my thermometer to check the temperature. It read 23 degrees F. I did cowboy camp, meaning no tent, and I have to say that I am glad my sleeping bag is 10 degree rated. I wasn't cold at all. For thru-hikers who are from back east or not from the west, they are having trouble believing how extreme the weather and temps are. To ...
... which is nice. After a 200+ mile ride we decided to stay in a lovely motel, Green Inn Suites, in Victorville. Had a lovely evening , ordered Thai food to be delivered to the room so had our first night in since we left home and we feel good for it this morning, had a country and western music session into e room and it was great. Only about 100 miles to go now, so excited in a way but also feel sad as we know the experience is nearly ...
... place," these outstanding young men and women proudly serve their country and defend our nation's freedom. Their dedication to duty and the many sacrifices they willingly make while serving thousands of miles away from home, leave a lasting impression on all those who come in contact with them. MCAS Miramar's strategic location and mission are essential elements in the preparation of these young ...
... Chamber was interested in preserving the local identity of the area, and therefore, was a strong supporter of cityhood.
The push by residents for cityhood led to hearings by the county's Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO), which was charged with deciding whether the town could succeed as a city.
According to Tony Petta, the City’s first mayor, several hundred Grand Terrace residents attended the LAFCO hearings and the news they heard ...