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Dan McCaslin

Outdoors
Mr. C takes in the view at the mouth of Alcove Falls.

Dan McCaslin: Hitting the Trails to Happy Hunting Ground Camp

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The Ojai Meadows Preserve is a 58-acre jewel.

Dan McCaslin: Natural Beauty Abounds at Ojai Meadows Preserve

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Man and nature blend as hiking companion Manfred faces the backside of the coastal mountains during the backpack trek along the upper Manzana Creek.

Dan McCaslin: Respect Restored on 3-Day Upper Manzana Backpacking Trek

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The top of Cold Spring Trail.

Dan McCaslin: Escape to the Near-to-Town Lower Blue Canyon Camp

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Green winter grass contrasts with Sherpa Fire damage from the east along the Bill Wallace Trail.

Dan McCaslin: Signs of Disaster, Recovery Mark 12-Mile Loop Along Bill Wallace Trail

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An array of abstract and quasi-geometric style figures can be found in California Native American rock art.

Dan McCaslin: ‘First Coastal Californians’ a Window Into Chumash Culture, Art

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A view of Ellwood Pier from Naples Point.

Dan McCaslin: A Low-Tide Hike From Haskell’s Beach West to Naples Point

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The view east of the hurricane deck formation of rocks from the Willow Springs Trail.

Dan McCaslin: Willow Springs Hike, Davison Cabin Bring Past and Present Together

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The Cuyama badlands are seen behind a curtain of conifirs.

Dan McCaslin: The Forests and the City

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The moon rises over Pine Corral Potrero near Painted Rock Camp.

Dan McCaslin: Three Potreros on Sierra Madre Ridge

Outdoors
Rest and enjoy the scenery at Fish Creek Camp along Manzana Creek.

Dan McCaslin: Fish Creek and Lost Valley Camp Worth the Day Hike

Lifestyle

Dan McCaslin: Nonprofit Crane Country Day School Takes Learning to New Heights with Outdoor Treks

Outdoors
Pine Mountain Lodge, at the 6,000-foot level in Los Padres National Forest, was the day-hike goal for a 2-night backpack trip.

Dan McCaslin: Hiking to Pine Mountain Lodge via Twin Forks

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The recent Rey Fire burned more than 33,000 acres over San Marcos Pass.

Dan McCaslin: Paradise Road Camping, Hiking Getting Back on Track After Rey Fire

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Three subspecies of Channel Island fox recently were removed from the national Endangered Species List.

Dan McCaslin: Welcome to the Anthropocene, Part II — A Sixth Mass Extinction

Lifestyle
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			Dan McCaslin: Welcome to the Anthropocene, Part I — ‘The Earth In Our Hands’
			
			By Dan McCaslin, Noozhawk Columnist | @NoozhawkNews | 
			August 29, 2016 | 1:09 p.m.
		
						
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Dan McCaslin: Murrieta Trail to Murrieta Spring Will Have You Stepping Back in California History

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The trees and hillsides are reflected in the early morning in a pool on Middle Matilija Creek.

Dan McCaslin: Big Matilija Creek and Canyon Day Hike

Lifestyle
Rugged and rocky Arlington Peak looms above in this view from Inspiration Point on the Jesusita Trail.

Dan McCaslin: Day Hiking Jesusita Trail to Inspiration Point

Outdoors
On the trail to Horseshoe Bend on Manzana Creek.

Dan McCaslin: 1990s Back Country ‘Disaster’ Trifecta a Lesson Worth Re-Learning

Lifestyle
The western segment of the Hurricane Deck as it slices through the heart of the San Rafael Wilderness.

Dan McCaslin: West Hurricane Deck Day Hike

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			Dan McCaslin: Anthropocene Anxieties and Our Children, and What It Means for Our Nature
			
			By Dan McCaslin, Noozhawk Columnist | @NoozhawkNews | 
			April 10, 2016 | 4:15 p.m.
		
						
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Dan McCaslin: Manzana Narrows Wilderness Backpack Will Re-Energize Your Spirit

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A blue boulder in its namesake Blue Canyon past Forbush Flat Camp.

Dan McCaslin: Take a Hike-Bike on Forbush Trail via Blue Canyon

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Fog settles in Mono Creek drainage as seen from East Camino Cielo.

Dan McCaslin: It’s a Tempting Time to Hike the Upper Santa Ynez River Via Blue, Cottam Camps

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