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... I'm dying. I've got no water and 20 miles to go between towns"
Mom -"Oh, just enjoy all of it. it's all find, just enjoy it"
I thought this was a funny conversation between family members.
Another hiker I met was making a podcast and his buddy he is hiking with has short-term memory issues and I got to talking with them how hiking has benefited his mental health. And every day, in the morning, is the hardest part because ...
... our days revolve around water. We plan our days around them. As I was picking up camp, Jay finally caught up. He had woken up early and started hiking by 6am. I was still picking up camp then. I did not start until 7:00am. I found him 1.5 miles ahead finishing breakfast. He almost stepped on a rattlesnake, almost getting bit. Thank God that didn't happen. He nearly had a heart attack. ...
We know today's going to be tough as we've still got over 300 miles to go and after yesterday's heat we think it may be tough! However, once we got going the 66 was largely in tact here and we were able to get through the miles with no problem... Not much of the old places to see in California but the actual scenery is great so it was lovely. The temperatures have dropped now we are through the canyons and we are starting to see ...
Up at 7:00am a bit of coffee and by the time we were all dressed we headed out the door to the
Miramar Air Station Air Show. It was about 1hr and 20 min. drive. Jeanette and her sons met us at the air show. Mike and Dave really enjoyed the planes on display. I just took pictures. The blue
Angles finished the afternoon show and that was really impressive. Marine Corps Air Station ...
... fine, quality citrus. However, the severe "freeze" of 1913 destroyed many groves. Walnuts, a hardier tree, were planted as replacements along with peaches as a quick-profit crop.
The social activities in the early 1900's centered around the Farm Bureau Extension Service and the Women's Club established in 1908, followed by the P.T.A. in the 1930's. Since there were no local churches, people traveled to surrounding communities for worship and other church ...