Leisure-Suit Peanut reports for duty at half past sunrise each day. (photo by D. Speredelozzi)
The Pean enjoys a burrito at his favorite restaurant in the Mendocino National Forest.
Despite being one of the Bay Area’s best spots for day-hiking to the ocean, Point Reyes, like anywhere else along the Pacific Coast, demands vigilance and careful-stepping. And maybe a bit of good luck.
These two didn’t have that. Arch Rock, Point Reyes National Seashore. (image property of localhikes.com)
Somebody please just pull the plug on mankind. And start with
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Grand Canyon “Development” Bullshit Toroweap Point, Grand Canyon National Monument, AZ (image property of UniversalImagesGroup, Getty Images)
This can’t go on any longer. Stop the madness.
Beware: The Phantom Tourbus
(photos by D. Speredelozzi)
Step 2: They always say: Find what you’re good at and stick to it. (photo by D. Speredelozzi)
Does this fish-eye lense make me look fat?
(photos by I. Stout)
Step 4: Yosemite Falls from Taft Point. (photo by D. Speredelozzi)
Step 5: They call it “Sewing Machine Leg” (photo by D. Speredelozzi)
Step 6: Stop showing off. (photo by D. Speredelozzi)
Step 7: Insert thought bubble here. (photo by I. Stout)
Step 8: If you love it, set it free. If it comes back, perhaps it was just the sun all along. (photo by D. Speredelozzi)