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SD Water Authority: "Pine Valley has water! Kill them and take their water!"

ALL ALONG THE WATCHTOWER, PINE VALLEY — "We always knew this day would come," said Jedidiah McTavish, his eyes fixed on the interstate that would inevitably bring the marauding hordes to his doorstep, gallon jugs ...

Corte Madera Mountain

Ascend and sign the peak register at the top of San Diego’s “Half Dome.”

Bring friends, as this is a trail less traveled. The route averages a 7 percent steady climb with short sections of 60 percent (stairs) at the 4588 peak before reaching the plateau to Corte Madera ...

Stalled thunderstorms over Mt. Laguna

Emergency Alert System provides flash-flood warning

On July 22, the National Weather Serve activated San Diego County’s Emergency Alert System. Monsoonal moisture was causing large thunderstorms, running from Barstow south into Baja. The storm in San Diego was going to be ...

Big Laguna-Gatos Spur

Aromas of butterscotch and grape soda in Cleveland National Forest

Pines, oaks, and incense cedar on this six-mile loop of the Gatos Big Laguna Trail Spur.

Cold morning over Corte Madera Dam

Snowbird’s eye view

Flying eastbound along Interstate 8 this Saturday morning of January 12, I could not help but notice the beauty of our East County with a light dusting of snow. It has been so cold (in ...

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JEFF April 23, 2013 @ 10:22 a.m.

Spring and Fall are the best times to visit our town, "4000 ft. above care."

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EdwardH June 12, 2013 @ 11:04 a.m.

When it becomes too warm to hike in the desert but it’s still overcast at the beach, it is time to head to the mountains.

Wooded Hill in the Laguna Mountains is a lovely escape, but if you are looking for a longer, less-steep hike, a loop through the Big Laguna Trail spurs hits the perfect note.

True to the area named Wooded Hill, this loop trail features large Jeffrey pine, black oak, and incense cedar, providing intermittent shade throughout the loop.

Read entire story in today's Roam-a-Rama in the Reader here.

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