- Peter O'Toole
Sorry Tom, just more my type of quote! For this week, I thought I'd add a couple of 'picture' quotes:
So this morning we met at one of my, well to be truthful, Abby's favorite walks. Thanks Tom for selecting this location. I'd also like to thank Tom for writing this blog every week. I really don't enjoy writing, but I do look forward to reading Tom's report every week. So keep being a Vulcan so you may "live long and prosper" to keep up the excellent work. Oh, I guess I meant Vegan!
I don't have any photos of Caspar Logging Road, so here's one of our coast:
John also wanted to mention that:
This Week, First Fri. and Friday the 7th is open House at the College of the Redwoods Art Dept.Being as we have quite a few people in the group who concern themselves with healthy eating, I thought you might like this book (in pdf format) that gives a list of the many brands of different food products that are certified GMO free.
So, with some luck Bob will be writing the blog next week, and in the meantime, if, Neil and Cheryl you get time to read this, I hope you're having a great hiking trip in New Zealand.
NEXT SUNDAY, MARCH 9TH, JACKSON STATE FOREST ROAD 450, the one off Simpson Lane, see "Our Routes" above. Hopefully it won't be too muddy.
SUNDAY, MARCH 16TH, BIG RIVER ROAD, see "Our Routes" above.
EVERY TUESDAY @ 7:00 A.M.: RUSSIAN GULCH STATE PARK, beginning on Point Cabrillo Drive, 1/10 of a mile north of its south end.
EVERY THURSDAY @ 7:00 A.M.: VAN DAMME STATE PARK, beginning at the beach.