Super Humans with Superpowers - Optics

Nov 21, 2011
A good set of binoculars can make a tremendous difference in the way you experience the desert even if you're with a group of people that have a very large presence in the environment.
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Superpowers - Optics

Nov 21, 2011
This subject is rarely discussed and is often overlooked by many who walked the desert. However, the right optics can bestow superhuman powers on almost any one.
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Pain Fear and Hope - A Journey through the Devils Playground

Nov 21, 2011
While it seems it was a long time ago, I remember it well. It was sometime in August, early in the morning and it was already getting hot. When I left my home in Barstow to go out riding on my brand-new motorcycle, my wife did not ask where I was going because she knew that I didn't know or care. So before long I found myself gassing up in Lucerne Valley where I decided to ride to Newberry.
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The Ways of the Joshua tree

Jun 28, 2011
The Joshua tree like all plants can teach us a lot about the environment that they inhabit, so we must understand the mechanism of each plant to understand them and their environment.
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Camisa de Gallo – The Shirt of the Rooster

Jan 07, 2011
This story’s title is a little piece of folk wisdom my mother would recite whenever my brother and I would act up. Its literal meaning – to take on the persona of the rooster – is a characteristic that holds true in many of nature’s relationships.
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Mountain Lions and Bighorn Sheep in the Desert

Jan 07, 2011
The desert Bighorn Sheep are one of the very unique species that we have in the Mojave Desert. They’re the desert's largest inhabitants, but there is much more to the species than just their size. If you have been fortunate enough to witness a large ram scurry up a an impassable mountain side, then you know what I mean.
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