Volunteer days are on hiatus but the nature park is open during covid-19. Of course, you can pick up litter to make the park nicer for all.
Santa Rosa Plateau
Forty days until we are up in the air flying 10,250 miles from Los Angeles to Mumbai. I am feeling homesick already, but up for the adventure. To enjoy the […]
Poodle-dogs in the San Gabriel Mts.
Friday, June 3, 2011, was a big day. Not only was it my anniversary, but the Angeles Crest Highway reopened, nearly two years after the August 29, 2009 Station Fire. […]
Action Needed to Save Arcadia Woodland
After seeing on Saturday the oak/sycamore woodland slated for destruction I posted my take on what I learned walking through the woods with an LA County employee who had the […]
Destruction is the best short-term solution
Once upon a time there was so much land that it was okay to throw your garbage anywhere. What was one small pile of garbage in this vast wilderness? Oh […]
A Vacation of Highs and Lows
We don’t do it for the food. The Raspberry Crumble looks worse than it tastes, though the freeze-dried eggs looked and tasted disgusting. The tent looks cute but a bed […]
Trip to Baja
I can’t believe it has been over two weeks since my last post. And a busy two weeks indeed. I was fortunate to be able to join a Rancho Santa […]
Lytle Creek Middle Fork Trail
(Note: I have been trying not to edit my work after I post so that those of you who have an RSS feed don’t get repeated wildsuburbia listings but… I […]