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Monday, May 4, 2015 PCT Day 15 Trail Angel Papa Smurf made breakfast for all of us hikers that spent the night. After that, he gave us all rides to run our errands including eventual rides back to the trail. They only errand I needed to do was buy trail food at the grocery store. It still mesmerizes me how patient and willing to help these trail angels are. They help without really expecting anything in return. ...
... orange glow and warmth behind us. As we weaved our way up the mountain the temperature started to drop rapidly, and suddenly I was shaking and the heater was on… we still had the top down of course. Once we reached the top it was pitch black but we could see the edges of the road clearly marked by large snow markers. We had arrived in Big Bear.
The air was crisp and fresh and I was still shaking, it was maybe 10 degrees and quick adjustment down from the ...
... to the summit which is a couple of thousand feet above the valley floor before retracing my steps to join old Route 66 as it wound through Cajon Pass, a valley created by the San Andreas Fault. Another quick stint on I-15 followed before that road headed west to Los Angeles and I-215 headed south to San Bernardino. After a mile or so I left I-215 to follow Route 66 into San Bernardino. I kept with Route 66 as it headed to the right turn ...