Monthly Archives: February 2011

A Difficult Departure

Our flight home tonight was out of Sacramento, a 2 hour drive from Tahoe according to the GPS.  But out of fear of missing our flight due to weather, traffic, or parking logistics, we decided to get an early start. … Continue reading

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Reaching the Peak in Tahoe

Today was the day we’ve been looking forward to, and it was everything we hoped for.  Before heading to the Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros show, we took a stroll around Lake Tahoe in hopes of catching the sunset … Continue reading

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Road Closed

It turned out to be a good thing we didn’t spend the night in Yosemite.  The forecast storm hit, and hit hard.  At the lodge, it was a rain/snow mix that left 3″ of glop on the parking lot and … Continue reading

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Thank You Democrat & Chronicle and Hardtales Magazine

Yesterday, I was honored to have my story posted in two publications, Rochester’s Demacrat & Chronicle and Buffalo’s Hardtale’s Magazine.  Both articles were extremely well written and painted such a great picture of our road trip.  Thank you Chris Swingle … Continue reading

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Yosemite in a Different Light

With the anxiety of an impending surgery and the associated impromptu travel back home to Rochester, last night was another sleepless night.  We woke up exhausted and started putting some travel plans together for our return home.  Sacramento seemed to … Continue reading

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Corrective Maintenance

The worsening condition of my leg is becoming more and more prevalent.  After two days of amazing travel through Sequoia National Park my leg was very sore and in need of another zero day.  That’s why I was encouraged yesterday … Continue reading

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A Whole Different Scale

After a night of rest, we were right back off to Sequoia National Park.  This time a little further norther in King’s Canyon and Grant’s Grove…another day of incredible scenery.  The drive from Visalia started with acre after acre of … Continue reading

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