Up over Donohue Pass (11,056 feet) in this, the second photo-story from Juniper Ridge’s High Sierra Summer Camp. Donohue pass divides Yosemite Nat’l Park from the Ansel Adams Wilderness. mountain hemlock “The impression of the High Sierra is one of grandeur, but at the same time of desolation – the […]
Leading out of Tuolumne Meadows, Yosemite Nat’l Park – a week of what we are calling Juniper Ridge’s High Sierra Summer Camp. There are 12 of us – ready to rock.. I will post a photo story of each of the eight chapters in our adventure. Jacket by Freeman Artist Ken […]
Juniper Ridge is taking off again – this time to the High Sierra for some serious fun…and some serious walking. We are marching north of Mount Whitney on the Pacific Crest Trail between Kearsarge and Taboose Passes, our average elevation will be about 11,000 feet – we have thirteen intrepid souls joining us for […]
I keep coming back to this book again and again. California is my homeland and the insight afforded me here – the long, crazy story, is engrossingly epic.
“Between every two pines is a doorway to a new world.” ― John Muir