Not the same Mt. Baldy famous in skateboarding circles for its classic pipeline??? The same Mt. Baldy in so many magazines, including some early issues of "SkateBoarder Magazine???" I have a really cool shot of that place, but I'm on the iPad and not the other computer, otherwise I'd post it pronto (hafta be done later). Ya know, I was tempted to look up San Antonio Heights in my Trucker's Atlas, but never got around to it because I was watching the games... and who would've THUNK the Giants would pull out a victory???
Oh, well, such is life, and my interest in the Super Bowl wanes. Bighorn sheep are cool: I've seen small flocks or herds in Borrego and the Rocky Mountains, up to a dozen at a time, and they always draw my attention. Interesting animals, those bighorn sheep, and very elegant in their movements, just like my cat Sage. Got another cat named Dixie, but she's a fat cat, and she lacks the natural grace of bighorns. I suppose I could duct tape some horns to her head in a scientific experiment to improve her balance, but I haven't gotten around to it. Sage is a different story, he's a real technical rock climber's cat, and he can leap to astonishing heights. Both cats were rescued off Craigslist, thereby saving me shelter fees, 10??? Normally, I would rescue shelter animals, but my run-in with the crooked greaseball D.A. here in Dago left me no choice as far as fees are concerned; however, these cats would've gone to shelters anyway (a virtual death sentence in this economy), so I like to think that I cut out the middleman in the process of saving the cats' lives. Enough said, I'm back to "Kingdom of Heaven"---a movie I like even though I'm not terribly religious. Adios!!! "The Railsplitter"