Monthly Archives: December 2012

O Holy Night

Years ago three of us skied from Wolverton in Sequoia National Park to a ten thousand foot divide between the Kaweah and Kings River drainages. When a storm moved in, we dug a snow cave in a sheltered location and … Continue reading

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The Force of Life

In my mountain travels I’ve always been impressed by the abundant force of life springing up in the most inhospitable places. The upper reaches of the Sierra have been heavily glaciated. Soil and loose rocks have been carried away. Bedrock … Continue reading

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