Before sunrise found this dragon.. was this a sign?
We are heading down into that soup. it was refeshing but did not last too long.
Early in the run with the fog spilling into our next canyon
Willie at the end of the rainbow.
Lots of condensation from the fog
Hard to see in the picture but there was a aura in the fog that had a faint rainbow.
Blanket of fog... much cooler down there
Puffy blanket of fog looking at Boney Mtn and Sandstone Peak on the Backbone Trail
Creek crossing without getting wet
Hill Canyon creek below the Water Treatment Plant
Flow from the Sewage Treatment Plant at HIll Canyon.. Not smelly.... yet
Fish eye in Hill Canyon
My kind of place..
This lizard will not bite
Many more hills like this one..
Stretching it out on the trails in Wildwood
Single track continues
A day in the Church of the Holy Trail
Katie, aid station captain off Erbes Road
Just about to the YMCA at Moorpark road
Bard Reservoir looking east
Looking back to the Santa Monica Mountains and Newbury Park where we started at the foot of the ridge in the center of the picture..
Yes, we are heading to that trail in the distance.
On the edge of the Bard Res. Nice climb to get to here..
Starting to get hotter now that the fog is all burned off..
Up on the ridge heading south from Wood Ranch
Looking south on the endless network of trails.
The wind picked up and Willie is ready to fly..
Bowfield Park. Water, Shade, calories...
Willie checks his GPS on the section of trail that parallels Lindero Canyon and continues to Westlake High
There is a god... Steve consumes ice from the heavens
It was a hot day and we were so pleased to find ice.... Steve could not resist
Steve and Willie.. at Westlake High...
At Westlake High...
Carls Jr... sweet potato fries...ate half of that burger... and kept it down!
We are going WEST!
Willie on Los Robles Trail
Final Stats...guess we hung out at aid stations for a while...
How much climbing? 8827 feet