Friday, 10/31 Eaton Canyon 9:30-12:30 Meet at Nature Center; (allow till 1 to finish studying nature center, garden and rock exhibits):
Note: Rain is supposed to come in overnight, not while we’re there. Wear layers as it may feel cool, or hot as we hike.
Sunday, 11/2 Eaton Canyon Waterfall Hike 8-10 a.m. Park on Crescent, not on Pinecrest (parking restricted); Cross bridge, walk around and down (not down a steep trail); meet under the bridge:
Tuesday morning Geography 1 classes, 11/4, 9:45-10:30, 11:25-12:10: Royal Palms Beach, 1799 Paseo Del Mar, San Pedro: Park alongside street up above and walk down, or bring money to pay for parking machine below: meet at bottom of hill by the recumbent fold.
Knowing Nik W. will attempt 2 wire-walking feats on Sunday makes me so apprehensive, I want to cry; and I can’t articulate it. It’s not ‘fear’ as much as ‘pain;’ and maybe because he’s partly attempting these feats to overcome the death of relative(s) who fell to their death.
This is an interesting article:
I don’t think it’s a mystery why people (in their study) are having more heart difficulties during both hotter and colder weather: it is a sharp gradient (a quick change in air pressure, humidity &/or temperature) that makes cells swell in and out, and that limits oxygen intake and absorption in the nasal and sinus area. That’s what they should look at next. (The article says researchers aren’t sure, but I’ve talked with countless people this happens to.) I’m not an M.D., but know some things from experience.
If you feel extra-tired during weather changes, try spicy food and drinking extra water.
Do they want us to slow down?