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Death on the Deck
Written By Ray Ford on Thu May 21, 2015
Note: This story was originally written for the Independent in June 2008 but after communicatiing with the family and realizing how much the impact of Jackson's death had both…
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Rediscovering the Franklin Trail
Written By Ray Ford on Mon May 4, 2015
At the beginning of the 20th Century, as the newly-created Santa Barbara National Forest began to extend its influence, forest rangers began to work with local communities…
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Kennedy Ridge Trail
Written By Ray Ford on Tue Apr 28, 2015
As you ascend the switchbacks leading to the top of Kennedy Ridge the whole Ojai Valley comes into view. The Topatopa Mountain escarpment provides a similar backdrop to what…
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Little Petroglyph Canyon - Etchings in the Rock
Written By Ray Ford on Mon Apr 20, 2015
Deep in the heart of the China Lake Naval Base is a small canyon, with walls barely tall enough to call it a canyon. The rock is volcanic and the etchings carved deep enough that…
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Lover's Loop - Paradise in the Mountains
Written By Ray Ford on Thu Apr 9, 2015
It is no accident that the Midland School area has a hike known as the Lover’s Loop. The foothills are grass-covered and studded with stately oak trees to stroll through, the…
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Eureka Dunes - Majestic Mysteries
Written By Ray Ford on Tue Mar 24, 2015
Tucked away in the upper north corner of Death Valley National Park is a complex of beautiful sand dunes that stretch for a mile and rise to an elevation of 800 feet. Surrounding…
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Death on the Deck
Written By Ray Ford on Thu May 21, 2015
Note: This story was originally written for the Independent in June 2008 but after communicatiing with the family and realizing how much the impact of Jackson's death had both…
1
Rediscovering the Franklin Trail
Written By Ray Ford on Mon May 4, 2015
At the beginning of the 20th Century, as the newly-created Santa Barbara National Forest began to extend its influence, forest rangers began to work with local communities…
2
Kennedy Ridge Trail
Written By Ray Ford on Tue Apr 28, 2015
As you ascend the switchbacks leading to the top of Kennedy Ridge the whole Ojai Valley comes into view. The Topatopa Mountain escarpment provides a similar backdrop to what…
3
Little Petroglyph Canyon - Etchings in the Rock
Written By Ray Ford on Mon Apr 20, 2015
Deep in the heart of the China Lake Naval Base is a small canyon, with walls barely tall enough to call it a canyon. The rock is volcanic and the etchings carved deep enough that…
4
Lover's Loop - Paradise in the Mountains
Written By Ray Ford on Thu Apr 9, 2015
It is no accident that the Midland School area has a hike known as the Lover’s Loop. The foothills are grass-covered and studded with stately oak trees to stroll through, the…
5
Eureka Dunes - Majestic Mysteries
Written By Ray Ford on Tue Mar 24, 2015
Tucked away in the upper north corner of Death Valley National Park is a complex of beautiful sand dunes that stretch for a mile and rise to an elevation of 800 feet. Surrounding…
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Last Updated: Tuesday, March 31, 2015