granite4brains wrote: The only thing better would be the Bishop area.
Gary Schenk wrote:Trona. I don't care how close it is to Great Falls Basin, it's still Trona.
Bob Burd wrote:Dougb wrote:After all, Ridgecrest is only 20 miles away, and ya never hear negative remarks about Ridgecrest.
You're kidding, right?
The best thing about Ridgecrest is it lies at the triple divide point for peakbaggers between the SPS/DPS/HPS lists. The next best thing is .... the Starbucks? the Walmart? the mild summer weather? The only reason it exists is because of the military base, no?
lisae wrote:Guyzo wrote:
So I figure the Central Coast, a long drive north or south, to make a end run around the Coast Range, than a cross valley drive on Farm Roads....... so you can get to the west side of Sierra.
But even along the dirt mts of the central coast there is climbing and some pretty peaks to hit.
Hey, I take exception to this, as I live in Santa Cruz. The Pinnacles and Castle Rock State Park are local areas. Tahoe and Yosemite are about the same distance, in terms of driving. And there is a large climbing community here.
The Central Coast is a great place to live, whether or you are a climber or not.
snowmonkey wrote:If you are a climber, the worst place in California is still better than the best place <Florida [insert you favorite]> . But if you are a real-estate investor, it is a very close race ...
x15x15 wrote:sheeeesh!!! this is an easy one... the answer is Ironwood State Prison... or Chuckwalla State Prison... in the old days it may have been the Boron Federal Prison... Oh Heck, the real answer is PRISON...
Dave Daly wrote:
And granite4brains.....you really don't have room to make a discussion point.......since you never got out of the city limits the whole time I live there (2 years). Pinged you a few times here on SP to see if you wanted to join up for a few adventures on the "Ridge" or up to LP. No joy. Stop making out with your XBox and get out! (just teasing).
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