Goruck

https://www.goruckchallenge.com/Events/Details?id=121 My next physical challenge. Will it be harder than tough mudder? Probably.

Poison Oak…again

This past weekend, I went on the shortest camping trip of my life, lasting only 9 hours (excluding travel time). On the other hand, this camping trip was the most intentional and productive trip that I’ve done. The last trip I went on was in the Sespe wilderness a little more than 2 months ago, … Continue reading

The Aftermath of Sespe

Warning: This next post contains pictures of my extremities that have been afflicted by brushes, trees, sharp desert-dwelling plants, poison ivy, and rocks. Pictures may contain images of subject matter that might make a squeamishness person even more squeamish. You have been warned. A few days after coming back from Sespe, I thought our ‘adventure’ in the wild was … Continue reading

Memorial Weekend – Sespe Creek

Old age and wisdom always beats youth and energy. I first heard of Sespe when J. Liao and I were planning on going to hike half-dome in Yosemite, a hike I had done when I was still in school but haven’t been back since. There was an issue with the permits not being transferable, so … Continue reading

The Day of Black Sun

A few days ago, L. Hui (Kreptonic) told me about the solar eclipse (when the moon’s orbit causes it to travel between the Earth and the Sun) that was going to happen in a few days. Naturally, I got very excited as I had learned about eclipses at a young age, and always wanted to … Continue reading

Persimmon picking

If I was given a choice between the city and the country side, I would choose the country side in a heartbeat. Thankfully, San Diego provides the feel of a city, while still giving me the freedom and space to roam the outdoors. My grandparents live in the country side in Canada, and they are … Continue reading

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