I'm curious as to who paid for this $80-100k bridge, in the middle of nowhere, over an unnamed creek for mountain bikes. Oh, let's not forget the heavy equipment needed and all the labor for the crew for a year or more. When they finish the bridge, they still have to finish the trail...
1 mile rest area
Stopping in a dry culvert hiking back to camp from town. I stop here often when hiking in or out, when raining.
Just Following Directions
I really dont like sounding like a broken record (repeating myself), but here I go again. This is the end of day 1 without my anti-depressant medication outage. My mental health care giver didn't call me back after calling twice just this week. Now it is the weekend and she is gone until Tuesday. The... Continue Reading →
Just Got Back
Yet another fine example of not knowing when to say when. I headed to town today to do three things. I needed to pick up my heart medications, charge batteries at the library and pickup a few supplies at the store. Well, I got all of that done and one side mission. The side mission... Continue Reading →
90 Degree Turn
First time I've seen a river make a perfect 90 degree turn. The moss you see is on solid rock that goes very deep into the river.
Relics in the Woods
Yesterday was a wash. I was to sore to start another project. I didn't want to hike up an down a cliff. Oh and I fell back asleep after breakfast. I got up around two in the afternoon. Made some lunch and organized my photo gear for an afternoon of photography. I'm getting the hang... Continue Reading →
Ever been Thomas Edison?
While out for my trip something happened to me. I don't know what the difference is between feeling and emotion is, but it was one of them. When I headed out yesterday, I only had three objectives to complete. I wanted to find treasure, something Japanese and see what happened to the loggers. Left early,... Continue Reading →
River by GT
Crappy image, but 3 different kinds of bricks.