Carrizo, a place to solo explore...
I admit that I finally needed some help on this "tiny" project.
JRK and his team kicked ass!
Maricopa is the closest/most accurate weather station for the hideout right now.
108F at 6pm today?
Who wants to go help fill the pond?
I have been studying tiny houses after the '51 Spartan experiment at the hideout.
This is just under the 120SF allowable "accessory building" SLO code without a building permit. Not sure yet if it'll be better than a tent, but will keep you posted.
Too much fun to build in the middle of nowhere, while observing all of the amazing wildlife!
The pond is full and the Palo Verde Trees are blooming once again😊
Thank you to all of our supporters!
Bailey and I just spent a couple nights at the hideout and were thrilled to see the Pronghorn at Traver Ranch.
Does anyone know what the current population is?
Ray Ford, writing for the Noozhawk, just shared this write-up about the concern about Carrizo Plain's future...
Two years ago, I went out to the hideout with Andrew West to share the beauty of Carrizo. He and I just spent May Day there again to welcome our new 2500 Gallon water tank that will make my life a whole lot easier with tree and pond watering.
The wildflower show is just about over, but there are still tons of flowers if you look hard enough and the drainage stream beds are absolutely stunning to explore.
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A place where we can share our adventures in the Carrizo Plain