Little Man Training
Did a short hike yesterday up at Mt. Laguna. It was only about three miles in total, but the little man walked all but probably a half-mile of that all on his own two feet. This is in part because he decided that he really doesn't like being carried in the backpack carrier.
Decided he needed a rest, and the side of the trail made the perfect spot.
Three Days in November
November hikes in the high country are great. I'm still getting used to being able to explore the mountains this late into the season...
Marion Mountain Trail
Two weeks seems to be my limit. If my feet haven't moved me through a landscape, or if I haven't ridden a bike through the hills, I begin to get a little antsy, cranky, and depressed...
Dripping Springs Loop
There were definitely times where I muttered to myself that I would never do this trail again...
Tenaja Canyon Trail
It can be hard to see in these times of stupidity, just how lucky we are...
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