Monthly Archives: August 2018
Too many waterfalls?…Never!
Seeing as Monday was 10.5 miles and Tuesday was 7.8, and we know that our final mileage from Glen Aulin to Tuolumne Meadows is 6.4, we should only be left with a scenic 6.5 miles in which to gain 2,320 … Continue reading
Whose calves are these!
A blissful and energy restoring night’s sleep, after getting up at 2 in the morning to see if we (Paul, myself, Katie and Scout) could catch the meteor shower (we didn’t) was replaced by the discovery that someone had replaced … Continue reading
Drop and give me 3000!
Morning came and final preparations were made. Packs were packed and repacked, with minor adjustments made for fit and comfort. An additional belt and suspenders insured that Ken’s favorite hiking pants would not migrate past his pack’s hip belt, a … Continue reading
After a cheerful reunion, a BBQ, a pack shakedown, and a team meeting, it was time to hit the hay for an early rising and a road trip to the hopefully “clearish” skies of Yosemite. As we hit the northbound … Continue reading
Answer the phone!
So we have a short backpacking trip coming up in Yosemite, the Grand Canyon of the Tuolume River to be exact, a 30 mile scenic juant. The only problem is that most of Yosemite is closed due to unhealthy air … Continue reading