We had to cancel our troop outing up near Wrightwood due to logistics but I decided to drive up and check it out. I headed up early in the morning and got to Wrightwood in just over 2 hours. I stopped for coffee and headed to see the campsites. Apple Tree and Peavine are pretty nice campgrounds and are good candidates for future outings. I then headed up Angeles Crest Highway for some hiking. I stopped at the Grassy Hollow Visitor Center and chatted with the cool volunteers for a while. They warned against hiking Mt. Baden-Powell due to icy trails but gave me some great tips on some other hikes. I drove to the trailhead (which was where the road was closed for winter) and started on the Vincent Gulch Trail down into the canyon. I stopped at the cabin on the way down. I hiked about 3 miles down to where the river was flowing pretty well. At this point, the trail was hard to follow so I turned back for the long slog back up. After some coffee at the car, I headed on the popular Big Horn Mine Trail. This lead to the remains of a old mine. There were lots of people and their subsequent trash but it was pretty cool anyway. I had dinner back in Wrightwood. Due to the lack of snow, things were pretty slow but it was fun.
Saturday, March 19, 2016
Sunday, March 13, 2016
- Some dash-n-caches
- Another Troop 774 Eagle Project for Jacks Pond in San Marcos
- Wonderful time with the family and Sophie at Del Mar Dog Beach
- Discovered the official MST3K YouTube channel
Thursday, March 10, 2016
First the Koalas, Next the Pandas
That fat old koala was probably the easiest meal P22 every had. Hopefully it will move on to pandas next.
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