It was an early departure for one of the more interesting sections of trail.
At 5:30am I started a 17 mile stretch along the LA viaduct.
These are the foothills we climbed down from yesterday.
There were a lot of Joshua Trees along the route today. Kind of like a Dr. Seuss book.
Here are several hikers camped out on top of the Viaduct (water is under the concrete cap).
We were very fortunate to have one of the coolest days in a while…highs in the upper 60’s. This can be a Brutal section in the typical 90 degree heat. Some folks who live in this desolate area were nice enough to leave out some trail Magic!
As the viaduct section ended the wind farm section began.
Bronco and Loco enjoying lunch at the sunshade/ wind block.
After 17 mikes of flat viaduct / wind farm walking we started to gain some big elevation.
At the end of a long day and the top of the climb was more trail magic.
There was water, apples, cookies and they even had chairs set out to enjoy the sunset.
I’m really into your journey and bragging to others about your achievements.
Onward to Canada, Dawg ( your real name)
Spike, Nice to know someone other than my mom is reading this… Glad you are enjoying it 🙂
Any chance you’d be around and want to meet me up in Tuolumne for a night? I revisit my schedule but should be around June 18/19.