Love the SP Police section. I'll have to get out this way sometime.
Glad you like it --- I have to work pretty hard to keep up with those guys ;-)
Good to see this new page. I was planning on just doing Boundary but now I'm going to add Montgomery. See what kind of influence a good mountain page can exert. : )
Haha --- you'll see how close it is when you get up there; on a nice day it won't take much extra. The extra view of the Sierra is worth it!
I am yet to visit this area... Thanks for posting this page. Nice work as usual!
Thanks for the comments! Yeah, desert peaks are pretty cool, and these two have a HUGE view on nice days, with the Sierra on one side and the Great Basin on the other....
Are you sure you really climbed this peak? It seems like a mighty big peak for someone as soft as you... Good job on the page. If you hear a knock on your door in the middle of the night, don't answer it. The SP police are conducting interrogations...
Usually, I wear deer antlers and furs when I climb, but I think I'll leave 'em at home in the Fall. Thanks for the heads-up.
All kidding aside, this is a fun and informative page. One more to add to The List!
OK --- now I know what to look for on the trail......
Right on, my friend. You have submitted the current signature photo! The only one that could beat it would be an evening "alpenglow"-style telephoto from the Mono Lake overlook.......I might have to break out my darn scanner....
Nice page, Scotty- thorough, with interesting wit, nice photos, & liberal usage of exclamation marks- what's up with the ("wild") horses??
Wow, nice to meet another english critic!!!!! "Wild" horses is simply another communication tool. If I called them by their proper names (their local indigenous ones, mind you), there might be some confusion as to what I was referring to: the in-laws, or just politcians. They even made the photo page, in spite of my attempts to scare them off.
Scotty: This page is great and is a breath of fresh air. Thanks for being different!
Haha --- some people might not thank me for that, but of course you are welcome! :)
Maybe you could add this the the California Desert Peaks Group?
Good to see a sense of humor woven in with the good beta.