Sunday, August 16, 2015


Gf and I did a quick overnighter in Eldorado National Forest. We car camped on a road on the way to Wrights Lake and hoped to catch the tail end of the Perseids. We saw one gigantic, amazing, spectacular meteor, and the sky was incredibly clear, but not anything with any regularity.

Saturday we hiked in Desolation Wilderness from Wrights Lake to Rockbound Pass. After making breakfast and coffee in the parking lot in the morning, George had disappeared, and it took us a while to find him, because he'd wandered over to the campground and somebody turned him over to the ranger.  One that got resolved the hike was really pretty--Desolation is easily the closest real granite to the Bay Area.

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