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Devil's Punchbowl, some interest and more animal smiles

A frosty walk around the Devil’s Punchbowl with my family, jumping over fallen trees and scrambling up steep paths.

Den asking me questions. Listening to what I had to say. 12 more words

Hiking Devil's Punchbowl Loop And Devil's Chair Trail

Devil’s Punchbowl is a geological marvel located just off of the Pearlblossom Highway. Devil’s Punchbowl covers 1310 acres of sandstone strata jutting dramatically up from the earth. 953 more words

Hike

A Romantic Vacation for One

This is a story I told at a recent gathering here in Seattle called Fresh Ground Stories. The theme this time was, “You can’t always get what you want.” Normally, when I tell a story at this event, I am able to attach a recording of it here. 390 more words

Observation

The First Concentration Camp in the U.S. Was Built for Freed Slaves - The Bitter Taste of the Devil's Punchbowl

Originally Published by BlackMainStreet.net

“History has always made concentration camps to be synonymous with the atrocities of Nazi Germany. But, America has its own dirty secrets about the use of concentration camps. 344 more words

"We Pay Homage" Files

Drinkin' from the Devil's Punchbowl

We have landed on Mars

Unsettling. That is the one word I often use to describe the Devil’s Punchbowl. It’s a landscape that seems like it shouldn’t be where it is, reminiscent of extra-terrestrial terrain, and paradoxically both in the desert and in the mountains. 622 more words

Angeles National Forest

Devils Punchbowl

 A Turbulent Confluence

The end of the Otter Crest Loop takes us to a parkside named after a sandstone formation that fills with swirling water at high tide. 149 more words