Stallion Springs Resort
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... a post office, jail, saloon. It's just funny looking. There I took a shower and a nap on the couch and waited for the sun to go down. I had a 25 mile hike across the desert floor with no water sources and I wasn't going to do it with the sun on me. I walked first along the aquaduct, a large amount of water being diverted from far away sources en route to LA. The dirt roads before meandering my way through a wind farm. When ...
... goodbye to our old friends the Rankins and our new friends Norma and the legend that is “6 pancake and double cookie ration” Thomas. It was time to bid farewell to the proper horses with 4 legs, so we reloaded our man made (and I must admit more comfortable) versions, the ones with a much louder neigh. Farewell Rankins, but I hope like that the old Californian Governor “I’ll be back!”
140 miles yesterday, 247 miles today
... I'm a funny guy. I will list our trail names so far:
James: Red Man--James is roughly 1/3 Native American and he is currently red and ten shades tanner than the rest of us.
Grant: Grande--Grant is the tallest in our group, has the largest pack, and the biggest tent.
Nick: Cactuar--On day one Nick had more than one hilarious run-in with cacti. This seemed to trend throughout the trip. Not to mention Cactuar is a legendary monster from nearly every ...
... Pretty cool. I didn't know that the USA even had a dam. Then we drove to the Grand Canyon. It was really big and it was pretty cool. At the hotel we watched the Toy Story movies. Then we were in the car and we are on our way to Yosemite. It is going to be a long drive but it will be worth it. Because I need to finish my movie. Last night we stayed in a small town called Tehachapi and it was really really ...
... family and friends for stretches of time, plus we should work 12-20 hour days to really make it worth the while. It is easy to get burned out. But again on the plus side I get to find those little “hole-in-the-wall” restaurants and visit historic sites when time permits.
When a storm is actually on the way the adrenalin starts to flow, it is an excitement that is difficult to explain. So now we have Irene and now we will see what she blows in.
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