#TodayInCAHistory: On June 10, 1846, a herd of 170 horses en route to Alta California's acting Governor Jose Castro were taken by a group of U.S. settlers. Due to settlers' fears that the horses would be used by Castro to drive foreigners out of the Mexican territory, the herd was taken to the camp where U.S. Captain John Fremont and his troops were resting at the junction of the Bear and Feather rivers. The event was the first strike in the insurgency that became the Bear Flag Revolt.
La espera se impone como luces de invierno... Reflejos azulados de la ausencia y el encuentro. Te vivo en sus horas a paso lento. Fuerzo cuando faltas su ritmo, y las agarro con fuerza desde que asomas con tu frescura de siempre, como páginas nuevas de originales relatos que me acercan a descubrir tu sorpresa.
A perfect camp spot in the Eastern Sierras. Second Lake is one of the seven lakes located along Big Pine Creek. It is 5 miles in from the trailhead which makes it both a great day hike or an overnight backpacking trip. Enjoy a view of Temple Crag as the sun goes down. Discovered by Bernini at Big Pine, Big Pine, California