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I was having a casual conversation with a friend at work on a Friday afternoon. As usual we were exchanging our plans for the weekend when he told me he was going to Devil’s Slide. 481 more words


Overnight Closure Of Devil's Slide Tunnels For Training Exercise Ends Early

PACIFICA (CBS SF) — The California Department of Transportation completed a mandatory emergency drill in San Mateo County’s Tom Lantos (Devil’s Slide) tunnels earlier than expected Saturday morning, a spokesman said. 252 more words


Devil's Slide, Mavericks & Coastal Geology

We love going places! In an attempt to reduce our carbon footprint, we spend a lot of our free time traveling local. That doesn’t mean we never fly, but it’s remarkable how much you can learn by visiting places close to home. 465 more words

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Week 35: Peak Week #2

After ~17 hours of training while suffering from a 2-day migraine, squeezing in a 2-day business trip to Kansas City in a tiny plane, and managing sudden knee pain, I can honestly say this was one of the hardest weeks to date. 1,746 more words


Two Stalks in Bloom

The Puya Raimondii plant from South America blooms only once in its lifetime, and then it dies. Ordinarily this plant, also called the “Queen of the Andes”, doesn’t bloom until it is 80 -100 years old. 292 more words

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