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Born Free and Equal 2015

For a person like Ansel Adams to come to an internment camp to photograph camp life, where people are pretty bitter for being there, I thought, this man is sympathetic to the situation, to the Japanese American people. —Archie Miyatake Written and photographed by Ansel Adams at Manzanar in 1943, Born Free and Equal was […]

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Climbing Mt. Whitney

New Climbing Mt. Whitney ebook on Amazon

We’ve finally added a new ebook edition of Climbing Mt. Whitney to Amazon’s Kindle program, exclusive for three months. Anyone who purchased a hard copy of the book from Amazon can get the Kindle edition FREE! It’s not often that a guidebook author is both an expert and actually fun to read but Peter Croft […]

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Roosevelt Sequoia plaque

Planted 100 years ago this month, the Roosevelt Sequoia commemorates the completion of the Westgard Pass Road

Every year, hundreds of thousands of people drive their cars through Big Pine, California, passing a tall Sequoia tree at the northern edge the of town where US-395 meets CA-168, the Westgard Pass Road over the White Mountains. The Theodore Roosevelt tree was planted 100 years ago on July 23rd to commemorate the opening of […]

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