Sorry I haven’t posted for awhile. It’s not for lack of photos – I’m actually several trips behind and I embark on another journey on Tuesday to Monterey, sure to be another treasure trove of photos. I’ve just been so … Continue reading
The Los Angeles Aqueduct Cascades facility in Sylmar is the dramatic entrance of Owens Valley water into the Los Angeles area and anyone traveling up the I-5 through Newhall pass can’t miss it. This water has traveled as much as … Continue reading
Sorry, I’m title-challenged today…. Over Labor Day, we took a long-planned camping trip to Convict Lake, just north of Bishop, in the Eastern Sierra. We had a great time here, and we’ll definitely return! So let me show you all … Continue reading
Do you want to visit the high country, but want to eliminate the long hike to get to it? (Personally, if I am to hike to the top of a mountain, I prefer to be as close to the top … Continue reading
Further along the road to Grandma’s house is Mono Lake, another favorite place to stretch our legs. Each time we decide to stop here, I try and pick someplace different. This time, I turned in on the road just north … Continue reading
Convict Lake – I’m not sure why it is called “Convict Lake” but it’s a beautiful place! We’re going to be camping here real soon, so on the way up to Grandma’s house, we stopped by to see our campsite … Continue reading
Back in 2007, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power finally put water back in the Lower Owens River, the result of a judge’s order issued several years before. (Hey, this is my photoblog, so I don’t have to … Continue reading
It wasn’t until about the summer of 2003 that I finally went to see Bodie for the first time, which up until then, I had assumed was just a historical marker off of the 395 between Mono Lake and Walker. … Continue reading
One of the most enjoyable trips we took this year was out to a place called the Trona Pinnacles, which are located in the Searles Valley, just southwest of Death Valley.
I have on occasions too many to count, traveled the 395 through the Owens Valley. The mountains on this side are quite impressive. These are my favorite pictures of the mountains from the east side – the Owens Valley.