Monthly Archives: February 2013

Eagle Crag – SD Hiking – February 17, 2013

Ten of us started out on this chilly Southern California morning for a Sierra Club hike to Eagle Crag, a 5077 foot peak in the Agua Tibia Wilderness just east of Temecula. The hike was originally planned to be a … Continue reading

Posted in Peak Bagging San Diego County

9-Grain & Seed Hot Cereal

Cracked Wheat Cracked Rye Cracked Barley Corn Steel Cut Oats Millet Flax Seed |—————| Above ingredients available at Sprouts premixed Sunflower Seed Sesame Seed Raisins In sauce pan add 4 cups water and raisins and bring to boil. Add 1 … Continue reading

Posted in Beth's Recipes

Coast Toast from the Brockton Villa Restaurant

The best french toast ever! More like a soufflé. 1 loaf soft French bread (sliced) 1 qt. whipping cream 10 eggs ¾ cup orange juice ½ cup sugar a pinch of salt 2 tbs. vanilla 2 tbs. orange flavoring Combine … Continue reading

Posted in Beth's Recipes

Walk in the Woods – aka Galehead Attempt – Feb 10, 2013

I think I will remember this hike long after the successful hikes with peaks bagged. I started out in negative temps – not sure how low but bracing for sure. My sister said it was -15F in Littleton. I parked … Continue reading

Posted in Peak Bagging the White Mountains, New Hampshire

Mt Hale & Nor’easter – Feb 8, 2013

I started early for this 9 mile solo hike to beat the charge of the big nor’easter. Despite my intentions, the snow and wind intensified throughout the hike. The 2.5 mile Zealand Road is closed in winter so my hike … Continue reading

Posted in Peak Bagging the White Mountains, New Hampshire

Skate Skiing at Great Glen Trails

My first lesson in skate skiing at Great Glen Trails. Pretty tough for me, a non skier, really. But I like it better than classic; if only I can eventually improve my skills. Nice views from lodge deck. View Mount … Continue reading

Posted in Other Adventures

Wildcats – February 6, 2013

I snuck this hike in while I was in the area for the international dinner at Joe Dodge Lodge. I chose to pay the $10 and use the ski trail to start. It was really quite fun because lots downhill … Continue reading

Posted in Peak Bagging the White Mountains, New Hampshire