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... and New Mexico. As fall deepens and winter beckons, we pay close attention to weather forecasts and wildfire smoke to help determine our direction of travel and next destinations.
We do expect to arrive in southern Arizona early November, spending much of the deep winter around Tucson area with which we have become quite familiar. But Mother Nature can play tricks and the ...
... the Olympics were held in 1960. Still a big ski resort and still has all the buildings of the Olympic Village although they are high end ski shops now and a hotel.
The next two days were kick back days and we had an opportunity to meet those RVers camping next to us. The RV park was very pretty and it was our first exposure to cold nights. Altitude was in excess of 8,000 ft.
We decided to ...
... did my laundry here. I resupply here. I reacquainted with other hikers I know that I haven't seen for a while. They said that i look like i lost more weight. I feel that i have ever since I started doing 20-25 mile days again. My skinny pants are fitting me loose. Oh well. I will spend the night here and head out tomorrow morning as early as possible. Next town is Belden, 92 miles ...
... with him. I've been bumping into him often on the trail. Last time I saw Dingo and Cosmic Bubbles was in VVR. For the most part, the terrain today was not very spectacular. It is still mostly volcanic and forestry. The hiking was mellow with easy climbs. It was in the 40s this morning. It felt like it got up to the low 80s by mid afternoon. It felt muggy. No rain, tho. I so appreciate the tree canopy shade, making the heat more bearable. Another thing I ...
... down the road" about 6 miles and about 500 foot lower in elevation.
The Meditation retreat is located about 25 miles northeast of Nevada City on 80 acres in a forest on top of a place called Bald Mountain overlooking the Yuba River. It was actually the original Ananda Village founded back in 1968 and has been home to a handful of Anandan's ever since. Totally off the grid, as ...