Ayer anduvimos de paseo por San Marcos Sierras, un hermoso y colorido pueblito de Córdoba con una mística y calidez hermosa (a pesar del frío polar). Para merendar elegimos este bodegón, El Profeta exquisiteces. Nos contó su dueño (que se acercó a saludar mesa por mesa) que habían abierto hace poco como bar, ya que hace años tenían la fabrica de sandwiches y venta de regionales en el pueblo. Su objetivo era ofrecer un menú a precios justos y razonables, y de esta forma hacer que los demás bares de la zona bajen sus precios, ya que por el creciente turismo iban en constante aumento.
Nos encantó 👌 Si andan por San Marcos ya saben, está enfrente a la plaza principal.
De vuelta a la gran ciudad!
Hermoso finde largo en las cabañas de Tandil, un lugar lleno de turismo y paz, una hermosura! 😊
Hace bien despejar la cabeza de todo, laburo, bandas, baterias, todo solo por unos días y volver recargado para este ultimo tramo del año ☝️🌅🥁 #findelargo#tandil#turismo#viajar#love#frio#invierno#sierras
Finally crossed Yosemite National Park off the bucket list on Sunday. There were many concerns before traveling here due to the Ferguson Fire from the air quality to the visibility. I drove in around 8am through the Tioga Pass and the skies were a clear blue which was a good sign. Arrived at the Tunnel View and only saw a handful of people. Chatted with a fire fighter who said the fire threatening the park was contained and that this is the clearest he has seen this view since he started fighting the fires and the air quality had improved so much. Though towards the end of the afternoon, you could make out the smokey scent from the nearby fires and see the haze over Yosemite Village.
Unfortunately for the park and local businesses, it felt like no one was there. Fortunately for the hikers, campers, and visitors who did visit breathing life back into a park which just reopened its gates, there was plenty opportunity for solitude from the Disneyland-esque summers at the park. To hike up 4-Mile Trail and find very few hikers up at Glacier Point was a relaxing blessing as Glacier Point Road was closed to traffic and there were no services up at the overlook. As the fire is being put out, we probably won't experience this crown jewel of the National Park Service in this tranquil state near future. Thank you to the fire fighters out there working long, dangerous hours to put out these fires!
By far the best photo I took this season of the Milky Way. Taken May 7, 2018, I had scouted this location earlier in the day, then drove into Reno to assist the ex with a situation where she was shopping and accidentally flushed her car keys. Then I drove south to Carson City via Jacks Valley then up to South Lake Tahoe. I wanted to scout out Fallen Leaf and another lake but missed my turn. I had checked out other spots but wasn’t feeling it. So I drove back to Donner Pass where I was earlier in the afternoon. I am still learning both photographing and processing so next season I’m going to be ready. I want a job that will send me to interesting places to do just this! Man that would be so righteous! I happy here, I can dream!!!! #milkyway#galacticcore#donnerpass#sierras#nikon#nikond5600#nativephotographer#buckyharjo ##donnerlake#awesome#astrophotography#astrophoto#astrophotographer#astrophotographie#astrophotos
Atención corredores y montañistas: se viene una edición exclusiva de CTC en la Cordillera de Los Andes de Mendoza.
Por primera vez iremos a la cumbre del Cerro Penitentes a 4356msnm
Entre el 2 y 4 de marzo del 2019, aprovechando el feriado de carnaval y en una época ideal para dicha travesía.
Con base de operaciones en el centro de Esquí Penitentes
El 1 de septiembre abren las inscripciones con cupos limitados debido a su exigencia física y técnica.
Tendremos 3 formatos:
1- Expedición de larga distancia y navegación full
2 - Trek en 2 etapas diurnas y navegación simple
3 - Trail: sin marcar recorrido pero siguiendo con GPS un track y parte del recorrido sobre senderismo marcado con pircas.
DAY 1: California and Nevada. Hi everyone! So yesterday I embarked on a fantastic trip, which is going to span from Monterey California, to Appleton Wisconsin. I'm going to document each day with my ugly mug, along with the music that I'm playing!
Here I am by the road through Donner Pass, California. I really love the contrast here of the ancient bristle-cone pines and the Stark, gray stones. The instrument is a Clarke Sweetone in C: costs about $10, but plays like a beast. Even though I own several fancier than it, it's still my favorite C whistle. Can't recommend it enough. I have a recording of playing there, but the wind is really loud and it messes with my playing. Perhaps I'll post when I have WiFi.