Monthly Archives: December 2013

THE TESLA WILDERNESS (THE ALAMEDA/TESLA EXPANSION)

Doesn’t it seem a little bit strange that the person promoting the idea that there is a place called “Tesla” (The Alameda/Tesla Expansion) which needs to be protected because of its unique natural and cultural resources is Celeste Garamendi? Her … Continue reading

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BICYCLES AND OFF ROAD MOTORCYCLES

Many off road motorcyclists ride a bicycle to keep in shape and to augment off road and on road riding skills, but mostly because it is fun. Riding bicycles is enjoyable because it is outdoor physical exercise but it can’t … Continue reading

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TREK SUPERFLY FS 8 FULL SUSPENSION MOUNTAIN BIKE

The 2014 Trek Superfly FS 8 is affordable, has oversized wheels and is quite light for a full suspension mountain bike. The 29 inch wheels are a real advantage in the punishing terrain where I ride. My 15.5 sized Trek … Continue reading

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CORVA Contests PEER’s Writ of Mandate to Shut Down Ocotillo Wells SVRA

You might recall that the thirteenth of December fell on a Friday last week. This date did not turn out so well for the anti-access groups, Professional Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) and the Desert Protective Council Foundation (DPC), who … Continue reading

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CARNEGIE VISITOR APPRECIATION DAY 2013 – PHOTO GALLERY

‘ Photographs taken by Chuck Oliver

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DAVID’S TRIP TO CALIFORNIA – A PHOTO GALLERY

Photographs taken by David Tweedy

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CARNEGIE PHOTO GALLERY

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