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Partington Canyon

Exploring the lesser known hikes around Big Sur, found Partington Canyon. The Tan Bark trail ascends through a foggy redwood grove, then steeply up to the Tin House (said to be built for Roosevelt, as a quiet spot to write his memoirs). Although I was ready for a swim after climbing 2,000ft in 4 miles, it’s way too cold. Don’t let the color fool you, this isn’t the Tropics.

Tan Bark Redwoods

Tan Bark Redwoods

Fallen Log Bridge

Fallen Log Bridge

View from Tin House

View from Tin House

At Julia Pfieffer Sur SP

At Julia Pfieffer Sur SP

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1 Comment

  1. louisf

    You, sir, are a fucker. If you want to get the gorgeous pictures I’ve been taking all summer, you’ll have to google “People’s Republik Cambridge MA.”

    By the way, you’ve missed out on some great beer. I wouldn’t trust those hippies in CA to brew tea, much less something as important as beer.

    I’m planning a Germany mini-trip this summer, for beer and schnitzel. Maybe I’ll have some pictures from that.

    Have fun with your “mountains” and your “fresh air.”

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