Saturday, September 6, 2014

Barefootin' Tenaya

Tenaya Lake, that is. According to wikipedia,
The surface of Tenaya Lake has an elevation of 8,150 feet (2,484 m). The lake basin was formed by glacial action, which left a backdrop of light granite rocks, whose beauty was known to the Native Americans. Today, Tenaya Lake is easily accessible by State Route 120 and is a popular lake for water activities.

Friday, September 5, 2014

Osprey Encounter CA 108

TSG made a random right turn off of US 395 this afternoon and got to catch some action at the Marine Mountain Warfare VSTOL Expeditionary Airfield. Pretty cool! (Our apologies to the Marines for inadvertently pulling over in a "no-stopping at any time" zone. We were just caught up in the awesomeness of the moment)

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Leading Candidate For This Trip's Perfect Moment

View from the porch, Room 24, Mineral Lodge, Mineral CA

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Things You Might See in Cassel CA

Handiwork of the folks at Packway Materials Inc.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Not An A-Hole II: Lodging For Leafcutters

Seen at the Fort Crook Museum Fall River Mills CA

Monday, September 1, 2014

Elevation: 8934 (Plus Two) Feet

Looking down on Crater Lake from the summit of Mount Scott.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Oregon Alba

A photo-pun only a Puddlenut would appreciate.
This picture was taken just down the street from our hotel in Medford, OR. 

Note to the non-Pioneer HS Alumni out there--
there's about 0% chance that this post will make any sense whatsoever.
 In fact, even former Mustangs may find it baffling.
 If the BB website was still around we could link to an appropriate image. 
But unfortunately that ship has sailed/sunk.