Recent road grading failed to take advantage of cement run offs, hence the next 2 pictures show how water is directed to the wrong side of the road eroding deep channels.
Sunset as I ride up the trail in the evening
Damage done by Horses when the trails were still wet
Hoof print close up
Animal footprints in a water collection area. I think this is a Raccoon
John poses with his bike
Remote cameras added to collect animal movement data
More Horse damage
Electric fences added temporarily to contain the grazing Goats.
Lunch time for Goats
Graffiti on sign at Del Cerro entry
Sign after I cleaned it
More Graffiti on stonework
Slightly better after I sanded off the worse of the paint.
Nice shot from top of Crenshaw looking out over to Catalina Island with the fog bank over the ocean
Now let me see now, how do most fires start?
Water Leak spotted on Burma Trail
What I believe is normally a vent to release air and prevent water entering appears to be doing the opposite!
Weekend walking etc is getting increasingly more popular at Del Cerro entrance
Goats gobble up the vegetation at Point Vincente.
Aug 3rd 2011 A stop to admire the view on the back of the Eagles Nest Trail, its hot, hot hot!
Aug 3rd 2011 Ordel stops for a rest with his Trek Remedy