Jeremy's PhotoBlog

No, its not the Alps! Snow dusted the San Gabriels in late January for a bit of winter in the desert. Photos taken from Little Nellie.

A tough hike up to the ghost town of Panamint City: 5 miles in 6 hours on the way up and 2 1/2 hours on the way down! Luckily there was “The Hilton” waiting…

Team Squishy made the next leg fo the Pacific Coast Bike Route, this time starting in Bodega Bay and cycling 212 miles down Highway 1 to Marina where we started…

“Canards de Mayo” fly-in, Columbia, Ca. Chris and I flew Little Nellie up to see the Vari-EZs, Long-EZs, Cozys, Velocities and Berkuts. There was also a…

It was a scorching hot day for an airshow, but luckily Eddie and I got to hang out at the RV hanger and get a little shade. The hanger had a clear view of the…

I had an unexpected visit from John Cohen who was in for the weekend from Durango. Got this quick picture before Patrick had to leave for the evening.

I turned on my new Pleo today for the first time and set him down for the cats to check out. They weren't sure at all what this new creature was. I think this…

Back to Sample Meadows after a three year hiatus. It was great to be back with the “Dawderhoffs” again and to enjoy the cool mountain air, the flowers, the…

First time visit to the Tall Ships Festival in San Pedro and had a great time touring the ships, including HMS Surprise, The Bounty, Eagle and a host of others.…

Backpack from Colonial Creek Campground at Diablo Lake over Park Creek Pass to Stehekin on Lake Chelan. 34 miles, 5000 feet gain over 4 days.

Backpack from Colonial Creek Campground at Diablo Lake over Park Creek Pass to Stehekin on Lake Chelan. 34 miles, 5000 feet gain over 4 days.

Backpack from Colonial Creek Campground at Diablo Lake over Park Creek Pass to Stehekin on Lake Chelan. 34 miles, 5000 feet gain over 4 days.

Backpack from Colonial Creek Campground at Diablo Lake over Park Creek Pass to Stehekin on Lake Chelan. 34 miles, 5000 feet gain over 4 days.
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