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... Capistrano was established to expand the territorial boundaries of Spain, and to spread Christianity to the Native peoples of California.
When Mexico obtained its independence from Spain around 1821, the mission was worth $55,000. Not saying any corruption took place but it was sold to the brother in law of the then Governor Pio Pico for a mere $750.00. (Not what you know but who you know, still happens today!)
Song Bird in the morning light
Waking to the dawn to see the sights
25 miles today
Pretty uneventful. I spent a lot of time in my head- I have a theory that the PCT miles are like human age
0-100 miles is 1-10 yrs old: Much like childhood you start the trail like a baby-no trail legs. Testing out the trail, getting used to things. cranky you gotta wake up early. You start ...
After a weekend off in Page we're heading west to Bryce Canyon and Zion, the last 2 “ticks” on our list. To get to Bryce we cross the Grand Staircase, Escalante, before reaching Kanab, some 70 miles west. There are major roadworks between Kanab and Bryce which involves closing the road from 8 am to Midday on a daily basis after which it's single lane with pilot vehicles. We leave a day early to overnight in Kanab ...
Slow going was the theme for today. The zero had treated us very nicely and the operator of the Silver Pines Lodge, Chris, was kind enough to give Shamrock, Cannonball, Short Step and myself a ride to the Devils Slide trailhead. We were extremely lucky when we got to the trailhead to run into our favorite trail angel thus far one more time. Dennis Dooley, you are the man. Yippee. This is an aggressively inclined 2.5 mile trail meeting back up with the PCT at mile 180 between ...
... he is so close to home, all he needs is Matt to hit. Come on Matt!! Pitch comes, Matt hits, it's a grubber, but it's straight through a gap in the players. They win the game!!! What an exciting finish. I was sure that he would have got the game ball for winning the game for them, but no, it was a kid who got his first home run. Blah. In typical little league fashion, we were all invited to a pizza party. This pizzeria was set up for kids and little league parties as ...