Canyon Creek Inn
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... and mentioned that Red Light was at a private 3 bedroom cabin rental unit for $25 a hiker. There were two rooms left so we jumped right on it and locked down one of our better accommodations on trail as of yet. Janet Prince runs Bear With Us lodging in Wrightwood and had never really marketed to PCT hikers. We implored her to do so as many hikers would be following in our wake and she could effectively solve her "dry" season as it is typically a ...
... 1X Cargo shorts
1X Bathing suit
1X Thermal top
1X Long underwear
... needless to say, awesome! About 10 zips total, the highest of which is 300 feet off the ground, and the longest zip being 1600 feet long (that's almost 1/3 mile)! I have some pictures and a video uploaded here, but be sure to check out the point of view videos on the Navitat website. A few are on ground level, but most of the launch and landing zones are actually up in a tree, where large wooden platforms give you space to move around ...
... to work such an unfortunate job? Now, I don't intend this in any way to sound judgmental or condescending. Although the people I came across were all helpful and friendly, are they happy? Are they content with where they have come? Or are they actually as demoralized and frightened as some of their eyes betrayed them to be?
Kingman. Another ridiculously hot town that appeared to be filled with chains. (sidenote - perhaps there was ...
... himself, leaving Brian to teach Jane, and me to demonstrate.
Jane had no problem getting on and off the "people mover" or "magic carpet." I remember I freaked out the first time I got on it years ago. She was taught the basics: stay on one edge (either the heel or toe), and when you fall, fall on your ass, not your hands. Well, easier said than done, right? The next two hours were spent going up and down the bunny slope, with me demonstrating ...
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