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... an older (senior citizen age) pot-bellied hiker hiking the trail that everyone is calling The Dude. He apparently is a triple crowner, meaning he has hiked the Appalachian Trail (AT), The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), and The Continental Divide Trail (CDT). Apparently he is doing the PCT again for kicks. Everyone talks about him with such reverence and respect. I also finally met the short ...
... of a sudden we were passing well-kept homes and grassed pitches. We arrived in 29 Palms late afternoon and grabbed a quick bite and some fuel.
29 Palms is quite literally a road lined by tall palms, I didn’t bother counting them. We left the town behind and continued on our way before making a quick photo stop to watch the sun sink behind some mountains. I was taking in the view and looking closely at a Joshua tree when Damian indicated that it was time ...
... to check out the California Route 66 museum bit found out that it is only open Thursdays to Sundays - it was good job I had a back-up plan for the afternoon as you'll see later. West of Victorville I avoided the guided recommendation of I-15 (longtime companion I-40 ended in Barstow) and decided to take the south frontage road to the Summit Inn even though there were only a few short stretches of old Route 66 on the frontage road as I ...
... big mountains of rocks and a few trees. Left the park and headed West on 62. Heading down the road I saw a vehicle off to the side of the road, so I pulled over to offer a hand. He (John) had a flat tire and had already called AAA for assistance. We started talking, just B.S.ing about Erwin, his truck, kids, women, jobs and beer. The AAA guy showed up and fixed Johns truck for him. John offered a beer, so we headed down the road to B.S. some more ...
... wind? Not me!
Where stable moist air flows over a mountain or a range of mountains, a series of large-scale standing waves may form on the downwind side. If the temperature at the crest of the wave drops to the dew point, moisture in the air may condense to form lenticular clouds. A couple of them have been observed today. Lenticular clouds have been mistaken for UFO's. I know what you are thinking. No, I do not believe in UFO's.