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... only 1 in 5 who start the PCT will finish it and that by the first 200 miles you will lose almost 20% of the herd. Another 300 miles and we'll lose another 20%. Big cuts in the early phases shock lots of us and sting quite a bit to lose friends you have just barely made. But it is a solemn testament to the fact to no one is guaranteed a Pacific Crest Trail thru hike. It is not an entitlement but a privilege to be fought for and only through fiercely dedicated ...
... offered here.
Met a lot of Canucks too! A lot of Canucks. Seems like the Canadians are grouped together either by choice or circumstance by the province from which they came. Our site is situated on the British Columbia dominated loop. Across the main access road are mostly folks from Alberta with a smattering of Saskatchewans thrown in. The rest of the sites are occupied by folks from the States.
We then went down to old town La Quinta via Interstate 10 just ...
... and well worth the terror. We looked down over the whole Palm Spring, Desert Hot Springs Valley including, again, the San Andreas fault!
This morning we did the far more down to earth "Celebrity Tour". Palm Springs has been home for many, many celebrities over the years including Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monro, Elvis Presley, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Barry Mannilow, etc. All these people ...
... actually am not sure how the U of R did this, but both Jane Goodall and Maya Angelou came to campus to speak. Naturally, both events were sold out within days that the tickets were sold and our chapel was packed to the brim with people. Both women were phenomenal in their speeches and everyone was so focused that you could hear a pin drop in the crowd. What struck me in Jane Goodall's speech was how she shared what an impact her mother had on her growing up. Her mother was ...
Tuesday 28 December 2010
Today we woke up early and decided to have breakfast at Starbucks on our way to Bear Mountain. I was surprised by how good my breakfast was - wholemeal wrap with spinach, feta and egg white inside, yum!
Given the weather reports are saying 'severe weather' tomorrow with 100% chance of snow, we decided to duck back to the cabin and grab our lift passes for tomorrow in the hope we could get a refund. ...
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