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Some hikers weren't so lucky. they forgot to text, call, or send their love to their mothers today. I was smart enough to buy a mothers day present before I left for the trip. But I understand their reasoning....it's hard to remember what day it is out on the trail and I got to wonder
"When do you start to lose track of days and dates?"
"Are you allowed to remember the day you forgot it all?"
The water issue ...
... lost. He thought he was on the PCT. I told him no, this trail is the one that takes you to the summit. He was glad he bumped into me to reorient him. On the way down, search and rescue crews and a chopper where out looking for a day hiker lost since Saturday. I thought for sure he'd be dead from exposure; it gets cold up here. I just found out now that they found him this ...
... the mountain as it was incredibly hot this day. I showed Short Step some heart rate monitoring and controlling methods as it was very easy to overwork yourself and push too hard. I know all too well the dangers of heat exhaustion and the lethality of heat stroke. It us not something we are going to flirt with at all on this trip. Texas raising has done me one solid foundation; a profound understanding ...
... Land Act of 1910; the discovery of the aquifer, the use of adobe, burros and other authentic tools and mining techniques to the nostalgic era of the 1950s when “roadside attractions” were common.
Cabot Yerxa (June 11, 1883 - March 5, 1965) was a real American character. He claimed descendance from John Cabot, the discoverer of Newfoundland. Yerxa seemed to always be at pivotal moments in history; he grew up in the Dakota Territories, panned for gold in the ...
... Since traffic was favorable we even stopped a couple of times to break up the monotony of driving through the mega metropolis known as the Los Angels Basin.
As we pass Pasadena a few snow covered mountain peaks come into view. A storm had come through the night before and deposited fresh snow down to about 4000'. Driving parallel to the San Gabriel mountains in the winter can be a real treat ...