Monday, February 25, 2019

HALT Winter Camp 2019

We had our best winter training camp ever this year!  Tons of snow and temperatures down to single digits made it a great time to be in the snow.
We were all able to dig snow caves although I made mine too short and kept hitting the roof as I slept in it.

Kitchen on a bear box under a few feet of snow

Rock Creek in winter

Low roof in my snow cave

Look up the canyon

Rich and me

Monday, February 11, 2019

Mason Valley Backpack

Second half of the Camelback award was at Mason Valley/Chariot Canyon section of the CRHT and some of the PCT out to Rodriguez Spur fire tank.
We had crazy cold, windy weather at the Pedro Fages Monument trailhead but it was nice once we got down into the canyon.






Monday, January 14, 2019

Lost In Space Winter Camp

GLAAC puts on a great winter camp up at Eaton Scout Reservation in Lake Arrowhead.  We got rain, hail and snow along with archery, rifles and other outdoor activities!





Monday, December 10, 2018

Canyon Sin Nombre Backpack

Troop entry level backpack through some great desert terrain and slot canyons.







Saturday, November 24, 2018

Redis on Docker for Windows


Go here for the full instructions: https://hub.docker.com/_/redis/.
  1. Install Docker forWindow.
  2. Download and start the image: docker run --name localredis -d redis
  3. Get the IP address: when the docker starts on Windows, it will generate its own IP.  After docker launches, and the whale logo ASCII art shows up, the Docker IP address will be displayed (in this case 192.168.99.100).

  4. The standard port (6379) won't be exposed to other apps so you have to figure out which port to use. So run docker ps. You will get a listing of the running containers with the ports. Notice that my redis instance has its standard port exposed on 32769.

  5. Use the address and port you just discovered when configuring your client.