Wrightwood Guest Ranch
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... after 2 shots of espresso I got 24 miles to Wrightwood, CA.
-Poodle Dog Brush hype (thanks to the NOBO bubble), Poodle Dog brush is apparently worse than poison oak and can stay on your clothes for over 2 weeks and still react to your skin even after a wash....but there was ************* the trail and what you did see, you could avoid EASILY.
I got into Wrightwood around 540. the scenery is changing every mile...there is shade, trees, less sand, more ...
... a mountain for hours on end begins to go away. And in a lot of ways you just start feeling like super man. The shift in the body comes about 3 week's in for most people, for me It came on the 19th day of hiking. Its a shift that happens when the body finally realizes this whole walking thing isn't going to end anytime soon, then adapts, kicking up the metabolism, and putting more energy into strengthening the muscles needed. As I rounded the corner to the hot springs the next ...
... spaces and then quickly into what has led me to where I am today.
Quick little background into who I am, where I was, and where I am now...
I grew up in a suburb of Los Angeles where you can either blend in and "Stepford" out, or you can take a risk and venture out. I was never one to blend in.
In 2005, I had enough of being around people who were all talk, self-involved, image-obsessed, "vanilla", or okay with mediocre. I ...
... there, all of the poles, buildings, and the wall itself were so gigantic we wondered how it was even built. We continued to love the no-humidity atmosphere, but it was105 degrees, and we were HOT.
After the Hoover Dam, we had our eyes and hearts set on the next stop: Las Vegas. We found free parking, and then headed to a place called Mon Ami Gabi for lunch. I had an ahi tuna burger, and Evie had a shrimp and scallop crepe. Mon Ami Gabi was in the Paris ...
Today was a very interesting day. Mostly hot hiking until we came across a piped spring and met an amazing individual. His name was Robert and he was day hiking with his beautiful black lab Bently. We shared stories and lightly got to know one another with many similarities. Fort Worth ties, Ketchikan ties, plenty of overlap. He gave us plenty of beta on upcoming miles and caches up the way. It was a good meeting and we parted happier than we came. ...