It has been a while since I updated this blog, I have been shooting mostly film and I have another blog dedicated to that. I finally dusted off the digital camera and went to the sierras for the weekend with my buddy Brian for the 59th Jeepers Jamboree. Here is some info on the route we took (stolen from the website). The Rubicon Trail is considered the "Granddaddy" of all four-wheel trails - a 10 on most scales! Annually, the winter storms carve out a different trail among the rocky sluices and granite slabs providing new challenges each year. Almost all four-wheeling is at 3-5 miles or less per hour. The route traverses the Devil's Post Pile made up of thousands of tons of boulders and passes Spider and Buck Island Lakes.
Rubicon Springs (altitude 6,060 ft.), the site of a late 19th Century mineral springs and hotel provides the setting for the encampment. Here you will be wined, dined and entertained in the finest High Sierra style.
We camped on a lake at the beginning of the trail Wed night and Yhursday we drove for almost nine hours avviving at Rubicon Springs, which is only an 8 hour drive.
The trip was a blast and I had great company too.