Monthly Archives: May 2014

Gridley Gallivant

Once again, sorry about the photos from last week, they were truly breathtaking.  These are about a month old but I thought you’d enjoy.  Let’s go Rangers!

Posted in Hiking Trail, Native Plants | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Dry Lakes Ridge in Color

Through the eyes of James Peet and Sarah Termondt, native plant junkies and the youngest participants in the Dry Lakes hike by a couple of decades.  Click here for the interview with David Magney from a few weeks ago detailing … Continue reading

Posted in Hiking Trail, Native Plants, Ojai | Tagged | Leave a comment

Lost in Translation

First some odds and ends: I recently discovered a great weather blog which give a very in depth but accessible look at the factors affecting Southern California weather.  I’ve been getting sick of the NOAA site and daily predictions for … Continue reading

Posted in critters, Native Plants, Reference | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Wills-Rice Canyon April 2014

I have a rare problem in that I have loads of pictures and am rapidly falling behind as more come in.  Guess that means a few extra mid-week posts.  Did the Wills-Rice Canyon loop a few weeks ago, bask in … Continue reading

Posted in Bloom of the Month, Native Plants, Ojai | Tagged , , | 2 Comments