Up a creek with a paddle

Brush Creek in the Southern Sierras was calling, and I needed a sanity check. Some times you just have to get out of the office. It’s nearly a 12 hour drive from Utah, but worth every minute of it. Not to mention that you are forced to drive through Vegas to get there.

Nothing gets you away from the computer like some freshly melted snow and a little gravity. Not to mention the beauty of granite and some much needed warm weather.

We also ran into the WE THE PLANET.org 2005 Bus Tour at the local hot springs. They travel around the US in a bus that runs on vegetable oil. Apparently they stop off at Chinese restaurants and fill up on their used oil. Seems like a cool way to help save our planet.

One Response to “Up a creek with a paddle”

  1. Barry Wayne Cheskaty says:

    Gary, I enjoyed seeing your pictures. Looks like it takes some hair to do that! I looked you up because I thought perhaps you were my cousin Gary Ekker, son of Riter & Elora Ekker of Hanksville, Utah. Are you Gary Craig Ekker, son of Gary & Maedell? My mother, Julia, is one of the original twelve children of Cornelius & Edna Ekker.