I had a very nice walk around Pescadero Creek SP after a week of rain. From the Tarwater Trailhead I took the Tarwater Trail Loop west and then south to the camp – it was quite swampy down there. Of six sites I think two were kinda nice. And you could sorta rappel down to the creek which might be nice in the summer. I returned via the Pomponio Ridge and Upper Coyote Ridge trails, about six miles total. Took me about 2hrs 45min, I believe.
Nora and I went to Sonoma! We saw Iron and Wine play at the GunBun winery and had a nice time touring the Peter Cellars and Ravenswood wineries.
I visited Maine recently with my family – we sought the elusive vacation triathlon: one day of hiking, biking and kayaking..
was recently reading about various endurance cycling feats..
I want a device that can quantify the proportion of my day spent in the out-of-doors.
My buddy Will and I did a short trip on the John Muir Trail in the Sierras. We camped near Florence Lake – right here actually: 37.2324891N, -118.8780362W. I remember because we camped right near that logjam north of the river.
Me and Nora went to Berkeley!
We saw some amazing succulents at the botanical gardens, some could grow to be 2000 years old!
My friend Trevor organized a ride from Gilroy to SLO over Memorial day weekend – our campsites: Mt. Madonna SP outside Gilroy, Veteran’s Park in downtown Monterey, Kirk Creek in Big Sur and the San Simeon Creek Campground near Hearst Castle.
Went to Joshua Tree with some friends this last weekend – scrambling around Skull Rock and Hidden Valley was really fun.