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DO NOT GET SUCKED INTO HIKER HYPE!!!!
All day yesterday were stories of a bad weather storm coming in.....all we got was wind lol.
It seems like when you put a group of hikers together, they will 1 up each other with stories, info, news. So yesterday started with
"Oh, bad weather coming in. should only be 2 hours of rain" - it turned into- "OH MY GOSH!!! this is going to be ...
Windy night at Ziggy and the Bears. I did not get any desperately needed recovery sleep. At Ziggys, the backyard is supplied for hikers, but by the time I got there at 10pm. all the good spots were taken, all the snorer's where snoring. I found refuge in a corner on the windy side of the building. I thought "is this really any better than where I was 2 hours ago?". I finally crashed, woke up to air mattresses deflating, sleeping bags ...
... to do over the course of a 3 day weekend (see FB album). For me, not being much of a drinker or gambler, I really enjoyed the scenic tour route in Red Rock Canyon, just west of Vegas, and our hike on one of the many trails they have in the conservation area there. I also had an opportunity to get to a yoga class at Modo Yoga LV, the US equivalent of our Moksha Yoga. Studio was beautiful and very relaxing, and the class really nice, as ...
We woke up at Fuller Ridge trailhead and hit the trail decently early, about 7:20 am knowing that we had a full 20 mile day ahead of us. Our intention was from 190 to 210 where we had become savvy to a wonderful situation available to us as PCT hikers known as the whitewater trail house but more affectionately referred to as Ziggy & the Bear. The miles were almost all downhill which ironically tends to be harder and more demanding on the body than climbing. We also broke 200 miles ...
After Joshua Tree State Park we were under instructions so headed to the highways - have to say the road out of 29 Palms to the I10 was a really good fun dual carriage way swooping down from the High Mojave - brilliant fun!
Anyway the quick edit/note here: Kenn had been instructed by his Mrs to visit a Premium Outlet Mall to get some cheap Nikes (some 1/4 of ...