1000Pks wrote:You can do as the local enviro club extreme coastal peak bagger types say they do, or similar. Dress in full black leotards and black balaclava with sunglasses, maybe Doc Martin shoes, and go in at night. Carry a .45 for the guard dogs, and in case of capture, have your suicide pill, or better yet, a good enviro club lost hiker story fitting why you are dressed so.
SJD wrote:I'm not too sure I've got Pine Mtn dialed in just right, but if this is it, Google Earth seems to show a structure on top?
Gary Schenk wrote:Have you tried calling Hearst Castle?
Darija wrote:Gary Schenk wrote:Have you tried calling Hearst Castle?
Might not be too wise to alert them to any potential mischief in the works
Wow, those pics were hilarious!
Bob, you know who to turn to when you need beta on encroachment onto nuclear power plant territory.......
1000Pks wrote:Diablo Canyon is so far away it's not any concern. If it were encroached on, Bob would be quite dead meat.
Fletch wrote:This has the potential for an epic thread... all the usual characters are here...
mrchad9 wrote:I'm still waiting for Bob to fill us in on who the fella (chick?) is who attacked him at his hotel.
1000Pks wrote:Hearing stories about Area 51, I'd assume similar for any potential terror targets. Maybe they like to be low key if they see it's just a lost hiker. No use tipping their hand to all the high tech surveillance and alert systems, I guess.
Darija wrote:Which brings me to pointer number 3: Bob, you can just let me do the hike for you, that way you won’t have to worry about it anymore.
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