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04/11/2011

Across California: Jawbone Station

Cal14

Arrived at Jawbone Station after crossing Koehn Lake, which actually had water in one end with Avocets, Widgeons, and shore birds. Our food for the next six days was here. Thanks to Letty and BLM. More later. Gotta do five more miles tonight.

-- Cal French

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

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