While I still favor
the Sierra Nevada, I can no longer claim to only stray now and then. I'm running
out of the higher peaks in the Sierra, so I end up rambling about other parts of
California as well as nearby states. If you're
interested in a particular peak, they are listed in chronological order below,
but not all peak names appear if you try to do a search. There is an alphabetized
list below that has all of the peaks listed, just select the letter of interest.
Almost all of my hiking/scrambling/climbing involves dayhikes of varying durations, some more than 20hrs in length. This is all part of a somewhat haphazard effort to
show that any peak in California can be dayhiked given enough determination. That, and I happen to like hiking - a lot. :-)
Latest Comment: 06/25/16 19:39:45 - #1111 (#1110)
Having spent my childhood in Tar Canyon, I very much enjoyed the return visit through Bob's written account and accompanying photos. I was a bit confused at the beginning of the article until I looked at the photos and realized Bob came in on Utica Avenue instead of coming up Tar Canyon Road. Thanks for the vicarious visit home!
By the way, side #26 is mislabeled. It is titled "Looking East" but is obviously shot looking directly into the setting sun.
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