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Across California: Ft. Irwin Road


We arrived at Ft. Irwin Road this afternoon, finishing a 15-mile day. Temps have moderated into the 80s, but winds picked up yesterday, with gusts to 35 mph on Mad's weather gizmo. We had to put rocks on all of our food bags, pads, hats, and other paraphernalia to keep them in sight. --time to eat! Will continue later.


This was ironic. The sidewinder moves by lifting itself in rhythmic curled leaps. Look closely:


--Cal French

Cal, 74, a member of the Sierra Club for 42 years, is trekking 530 miles to highlight the threatened natural corridors between the Colorado River and the Pacific Ocean. Cal sits on the Sierra Club Santa Lucia Chapter Board. He is blogging from a BlackBerry.

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