Peters Canyon Trail: length: 3-6 miles. author's note: (Basically the length varies on how far you want to take it. My looped run was 3 miles but that completely ignored the reservoir). terrain: trail is well maintained; some sections are very steep payoff: unique views of the neighborhood and surrounding area; a pretty fun trail in the way … Continue reading Trails to Trudge: Peters Canyon
Well well well.... after a tumultuous regular season, the Boston Celtics have finally woken up. It seems the best remedy for insurrection was the playoffs. The 4th seeded Celtics drew the 5th seeded Indiana Pacers with their first round matchup... 4th Seeded Boston Celtics vs. 5th Seeded Indiana Pacers: Regular season results: Game #1, November … Continue reading Round 1: Knockout!
Bluff Trail: length: 4.6 miles terrain: very easy, wide open trail; well maintained, easy to walk on and level footing payoff: unbelievable ocean views and lush flora all over the trail The Bluff trail is one of the easiest and most beautiful trails I've ever been on. It's a smooth walk along a mixture of … Continue reading Trails to Trudge: Montana De Oro State Park, the Sequel
Record: 49-33 Notable Wins: @GSW, @SAC, @LAL, @IND Notable L's: @PHI, 4-game losing streak "Like a Phoenix arisen from the ashes, the 2018-'19 Boston Celtics have finally arrived." - Me, after the Golden State win Ecstatic, I felt like the Celtics had really turned the whole season around. It was one of Hayward's best games … Continue reading Checking in With the Celtics…Part VII
Disclaimer: less of a "traditional Trails to Trudge, this post is more about the experience at Morro Strand as a campsite and a beach. Morro Strand State Beach terrain: sand dunes as far as the eye can see leading up to the ocean payoff: campsites right on the beach, calm ocean vibes "After a quick … Continue reading Trails to Trudge: Morro Strand State Beach
author's note: the pull of Big Sur is like a feeling deep within your conscience that cannot be ignored. After visiting for the first time in 2017 (check out my posts here and here), I could not wait to return and be back in the natural phenomenon that is Big Sur. As with Big Basin, returning to … Continue reading Trails to Trudge: Big Sur, The Sequel
There is no denying my love for hiking, camping and seeing the best of what nature has to offer. One of the most underrated aspects of doing activities like that, is the act of getting to those places. That's where road trips come into play. "The road trip" is a kind of rite of passage … Continue reading steez you can hear Vol.19: Road Trippin’