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Mammoth's version of 'The Complete Works of William Shakespeare' delightful

September 9, 2013

I am not a typical fan of Shakespeare.

 

Fido & Me — CAT scan

September 3, 2013

“You’re doing what?!?” Fido wanted to know.

Fido and Me - Tennis, anyone?

August 8, 2013

“Phtooey. Pfft, Pfft.”

“Gee whiz, Fido, if I’d have known you were going to react like this, I’d have never brought you to the tennis courts. Maybe you want to sit outside the fence, and I’ll just bank the ball against the wall for a while.”

“But I like tennis balls!”

“Maybe you like them a little bit to much, Mr. Beeg. The idea is to treat the ball with tenderness—like an egg.”

“I don’t do tenderness very well.”

Fido and Me - Trail Dog

August 6, 2013

“I never thought there was such a thing as a bad hike.”

“Me neither, Fido, but I have to say, this one sure is a slog.”

“It’s not the smoke so much, although my dog-lungs aren’t exactly functioning properly, and my eyes are stinging, and you look a lot like the Marlboro Man right about now.”

Smoke on the trail

August 1, 2013

An Eastern Sierra weekend like no other

It was a weekend we will never forget. 

If you hit the trails this past weekend, chances are you had an experience similar to ours. It began with collecting our permit at the Mammoth Forest Ranger Station.

Painting with silver and light

July 31, 2013

Alchemist photographer Ian Ruhter brings his time machine to Mammoth

There is a saying: “Jump, and the net will appear.”

When one is compelled by a vision and takes a leap of faith toward that vision, great things happen.

Such is the story behind Ian Ruhter’s Silver and Light project.

Off The Trail: Piute Pass gives hikers a fast, gorgeous way to get to the far side of the Sierra

July 29, 2013

Piute Pass is one of the fastest, easiest (well, easy is a relative term in the Eastern Sierra) ways into the high alpine country that dominates the Sierra backcountry.

Along the five-mile hike to the top of a 11,400-foot pass, hikers will pass two beautiful teal and indigo high-country lakes and numerous waterfalls and swimming holes, along with sweet, alpine meadows and wildflowers.

Fido & Me — Stormy Weather

July 25, 2013

 

“I have thunder phobia,” Fido said. “Don’t like-don’t like-don’t like thunder.”

 

Fido & Me — A pic-a-nic in the park

June 21, 2013

 

“I love a pic-a-nic,” Fido said. “We should have one every single day in the summer.”

 

Rising to the top

June 18, 2013

Mammoth High School graduate one of top medical students in country

When former Mammoth High School graduate Clifford Sheckter graduated summa cum laudefrom the Keck School of Medicine at USC a few weeks ago, he had every prestigious residency program in the country chasing after him.

Not only did he graduate at the top of his class, he also received the American Medical Association Education and Research Fund’s Clinical Award (one of two students of 160) and its Outstanding Student Award (the only student to get this award).

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