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Day 14 (ish)

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Today would be my last day in Arizona.  From my campground, I headed up to Incinerator Ridge on Mount Lemmon.  I wasn’t expecting to add much up here, but a few more looks at Arizona mountain birds would be nice.   434 more words


Planning my epic road trip - the South California leg

I’ve birded South California once a year ago.  Everything is expensive.  It’s too crowded.  The scenery is nice though.

Day 11 (SundayJune 22) – Salton Sea… 498 more words

Birding Trips

The Enviro-Favoritism That's Keeping California Less Green

In a previous RealClearMarkets column, I asked whether California could actually get any greener than it currently is. This matters when we remember that Golden State politics are increasingly centered on who can propose the most aggressive environmental plan. 687 more words

Carson Bruno

Dawn Patrol

Dawn Patrol is what surfers do when they get up in the still dark morning to get to the surf break before the sun rises.  An… 39 more words


Advocate Wants $648M Payout For 'Inappropriate' Nuke Pact

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A state advocate on Friday recommended that two Southern California power companies return at least $648 million to their customers because of evidence of “inappropriate conversations” involving the state’s top utility regulator in a deal that divided nearly $5 billion in costs from the demise of the San Onofre nuclear power plant. 199 more words


Michael Peevey's crimes included Edison's San Onofre deal

Notes of a March 2013 secret meeting at a luxury hotel in Warsaw show that a $4.7 billion deal to divide shutdown costs for the failed San Onofre nuclear plant was largely in place a year before any provisions were made known to the public. 128 more words

Sacramento Update

#VanLife in Southern California

California! I love the expansive beaches of the West Coast. From the pristine Pacific Coast Highway in Big Sur to the surf centered zones of San Clemente, California is a bucket of inspiration. 52 more words