Sunday, February 10, 2008

Hiking in SLO



Short post today. Have to get to work for a little while. The weather pretty much sucked my first month here. It rained nearly everyday. All that seems to be behind me now. The weather for the past week has been sunny and warm. Great weather for getting out side. Today's activity was a hike up Cerro San Luis. A very nice hike, not too hard but a good work out. Took about 2 hours to cover 5 miles. Stopped a few times along the way for some pictures and to enjoy the view. For more pictures, click here: 

7 comments:

Jennifer said...

Beautiful pictures! Wish I could have been there. Maybe in March...

Toffee said...

I like the pretty orange flowers. Also, prickly pears are yummy and less hurty than the cacti they grow on.

Jeff said...

Nice pics. What software are you using for the GPS mapping?

EGB said...

You need a GPS finder so you can GeoCache. You didn;t try the cactus fruit?

Toffee said...

Happy V.D!

Todd aka Cuffy said...

Happy valentines day!

TEh GPS is a Garmin 205. Great for running. The software comes with it. I would like to someday figure out how to lay the GPS info over a satelite map.

Jeff said...

Try this:

Expert GPS

It'll let you overlay tracks on aerial photos and topo maps. I think there's also a "view on google earth function," but I haven't tried it.