PDF Download: US HWY 395 and Mammoth Lakes- JUST GO 06/25/17 “JUST GO” SUMMER IS HERE AND THE ALPINES ARE CALLING. U.S. HWY 395 is one of those spoils we get from living on the West Coast. For many Californian’s the Alpine Mountains are a backyard Playground, and with places like The Mt. Whitney Portal [...]
To contemplate the existence of a droplet of water: does she then have the power to lend to creation as well as the use to cease all functions of it? The elastic properties of liquidity are much like the strings that construct our lives, meaning if the elements of life break apart, much like the [...]
Central Coast Surfing with Lorin Anderson (@Ralphlorinanderson) of Pesce Surf.
Morning LightJoshua Tree National Park is a place where countless amounts of people have found the exact self-worth or redemption they sought out by going to the destination: A passage of rights for many lost souls. By entering the dry desert lands we are administering ourselves a test. A test of the mind, body, and [...]
Winter has something locked away within it: secrets of the world that we are not always privy too, vastly spanning countryside’s covered in fluffy blankets of white bliss, views of the lands we have only imagined or seen on the silver screen.
I remember as a child every year my Grandmother and Aunt would take my siblings, and I camping in a nice little park just outside of Three Rivers, CA. where the trees seemed to extend so tall they would stroke the bottoms of the clouds as they passed overhead. I was ready to experience that [...]
Tony, Alberto, and I set out at an early hour headed for Yosemite.
We are fragile beings made of tissue and cartilage, which are no match for rocks, concrete or large animals.
A story about my latest trip to Arizona was published in the CSU Northridge-Sundial: Traveling on a budget Click the link A VILLAGE BETWEEN RED WALLS