We had a wonderful storm move through last night. the sunset at the beach last night was a number 10. Then a gentle rain late last night and the sun and clouds are now dodging each other in a washed clean sky. The trees in San Dieguito River Park near my home are in full Fall color sprinkling the ground with their colored leaves. Chino’s Farms has their usual collection of ornamental gords and squash. The past four days have been outstanding.
BACK TO THE BRISTLECONES
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Dave King and I had out annual Back to the Bristlecones adventure with some students and friends. I traveled with Mike Uriell and Shelly Brinton, AKA. the mountain goat. We stop pen the old mining town of Randsburg on Hwy 395 on the way north to catch some morning lingering...
SUPER LOW TIDE
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Got up at 4 am to see the low tide at the Scripps pier in La Jolla. It was dark and cloudy and the moon was not shining through the cloud layer as I had hoped for this morning. The tide was so low it was possible to walk out...
ADVENTURES IN SAND & DIRT
(0) 96 days ago
As an adjunct to David King's class (http://ndktravels.wordpress.com/) my friend Mike Uriell and I went to Death Valley. Mike had never been there before so it was a first time adventure, for him and it turned out to be complicated too.
The drive to Baker...
BACK TO THE TRANSPORTATION MUSEUM
(0) 114 days ago
This morning Dave King and I drove east in the rain and wind to the Transportation Museum in Campo near the train museum to investigate the possibility with the owners to have a night class for student there. We got the approval for May. No exact date yet. Anyone who...
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