Singer Bethany Cosentino has a sweet voice that is complemented nicely by the rough guitar of Bobb Bruno. I use words like nice and pleasant to describe their sets because they are. But they lack a pop, ooomph, or some other adjective that separates a good live set from a great one.
Now back to Lykke Li. With only one instrumentalist and no sort of light show, the spotlight was squarely on Li, and she delivered with a powerful performance. From the beginning, this show was different. The first photo in this post was the stage as Li and her band entered the stage. Lykke had many more people on stage with her, including two drummers and a backup singer.
As before when I saw her, she keeps a drum and cymbal nearby, and occasionally beats on it along with her percussion section. It was a really good performance. She interspersed a lot of her more upbeat songs with some slower numbers, new songs and old. She was a lot more energetic than the last time I saw her, dancing around the stage and going to town on the aforementioned drums.
Her voice is still great, though unlike the last time I saw her, a few times the music overpowered her vocals. The light show was nice and not too over the top other than the smoke barrage at the beginning. But, all in all a very good show. In about 15 minutes you ascend nearly two miles and get some spectacular views of the surrounding valleys and the enormous cliffs surrounding the tram route. The tram cars rotate so that you get different views throughout your ride.
For some history of the tram, see this. We continued to enjoy creature comforts at the top as we ate our lunches in air conditioned splendor before strapping on our backpacks for a short three mile hike to our camp site for the weekend. Outside the tram station, we descended steeply down a concrete walkway to the beginning of our trail.
Our travel companions, Ashley and Christina, warned us that the worst part of the hike would be coming back up that concrete walkway with our backpacks.
The hike to camp was relatively easy as we took the low trail around Round Valley. We reached the Round Valley campgrounds and using the map provided with our permit, we set out to find our campsite, which was in the next campground, Tamarack Valley. How many Sierra Club certified navigators does it take to find Tamarack Valley campsite? Apparently 4. After a couple more wrong turns, we got back on track and found the first of the sites in Tamarack Valley.
The 3 mile trip took about 2 hours. After setting up camp, we decided to spend the rest of the afternoon taking a quick hike over to Cornell Peak and try to get to the top. Our campsite was nearby, so getting to the base of it was pretty easy; the trail running through the campground took us part way and then we went cross-country to the western side of the peak, where there was a ridgeline that connected up with Cornell that we thought would be the easiest way up.
The picture to the left shows what we saw from the ridgeline. There was no real trail at all, and as you can see, it was very rocky so we were mostly scrambling over boulders. We thought we were finally approaching the summit when we hit a dead end. After scrambling over a large boulder we stood on a small area that continued up a chute towards the summit on one side and looked out over the edge of the mountain on the other.
I decided to stay put. The GPS we were carrying put us on the same contour line as the summit, so we considered it a victory and decided to head down. Going down is always hairier than climbing up, and after a few rough spots we made a quick descent. As we looked back at the peak, we were impressed with our climb, but wondered if there was another way up that would have gotten us to the tippy top.
Upon our return to civilization, a few Google searches indicated that the way to the top involved approaching from the east side. Since we had only had a short hike into camp, we had loaded up our packs with vittles for a little gourmet camp cooking.
We also packed in alcohol for the first time on a backpack trip, with two small cardboard cartons of wine and a flask of Bushmills. We chilled the wine and flask in Stand!
For dinner, we did a shrimp ramen dish. Frozen shrimp and packages of ramen noodles were Various - House Of T-Bose Volume 2: The First Meal with chopped jalapenos, onion, dried mushrooms, scallion, soy sauce, sesame oil, and a bouillon cube. We prepared most of the ingredients beforehand, so it mostly involved dumping in all the ingredients into some boiling water.
Sarah had planned out several possible routes. Only three of us started out the next day, as Christina was feeling the effects of the altitude. I actually woke up in the middle of the night with a headache, but some aspirin and water had kept me from getting any worse symptoms. There you get a break from the trees and you get to look out over a valley and a lot more mountains.
We took a quick rest stop there and also noticed that there was quite a bit of clouds gathering. We also were able to see rain coming out of some of the clouds miles away. It took about 5 minutes to find the rockpile that led to the summit, and after a few more minutes, we had found the plaque that marked the summit. One peak down, several more to go. We hoped, because the weather was looking worse.
We were surrounded by clouds now and the wind was getting stronger. We made it to an emergency cabin just below the peak at San Jacinto when it started raining and the wind was whipping. We took shelter behind some rocks and put our rain jackets on. When the rain died down, we scrambled up the last section of rocks to the peak.
Peak number two taken. On a clear day, the view from Jacinto is spectacular. We had another visitor snap the shot to the left. The plan was then to go cross-country following the ridgeline between Jacinto and our next target, Jean Peak. We left the trail and it was slow going. There were lots of trees and large boulders, as well as some manzanitas for good measure. It was pretty slow going and eventually we stopped for lunch in a clearing. We had seen that the route to Jean was going to involve a lot of rock scrambling, and after a short discussion, we decided that climbing over wet rocks off-trail was not a smart move.
So, we decided to cut the trip short and head back to camp. Rather than following the trail back to camp, we decided to go cross-country. The first section was quite steep, but we made a quick descent to a clearing where we met up with the trail again. After taking it for a short while, we tried to find an old trail that was no longer in use that would lead us to the general vicinity of our campsite. We never really found that trail, but we soon found a stream that we located on our topo map, and used that as a landmark to guide us back to camp.
We got to the general vicinity of the section marker but never found it. We found some tall rocks and hung out on those awhile, and then found a spring marked on the topo. With those small victories, we headed back to camp for dinner number two. This time we made a chicken and grits meal from our latest issue of Backpacker. After dinner, I took some shots of the stream. En cliquant ou en naviguant sur le site, vous acceptez notre utilisation des cookies.
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Professor Green. Virgin Records. Syco Records. I can't quite remember the quote, but Neil did say it will include everything! Holding things back that could go on the Archives just to release them later via BD-Live is strange to me. Just like leaving tracks on the official albums out of the Archives just doesn't make sense! I would love to know the reasoning. Going back to the whole question of whether they were ever in a relationship or not, I always understood the case to be that Neil was the only one out of CSNY that Joni Mitchell didn't have a relationship with maybe cos they were already good friends?
I know her most famous long term relationship from the time was with Graham Nash it inspired his songs "Our House" and "Simple Man" and she was later also with Jackson Browne. Like I said I can't ever recall of hearing of her being with Neil but I may be wrong. It was heartwarming for me to see Neil and Joni together in this picture, they are my two favorites. I had it for a long time before I realized it was a portrait by Joni, which made it all the more cool.
I used to spend a lot of time examining it with my hand over one or the other eye, which turns it into almost two completely different things. I narrowed it down to anger and mysticism, but that's just me. In any event, like Neil himself it oozes feeling. It also reminds me of Picasso's Don Quixote- slashes of lines and minimalist composition that creates something unmistakable, and artless.
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Universal Motown Republic. This is my life. I hope your dreams come alive And you never let them crush I hope you live life too slow Cuz it's too fast to rush When you live and you learn I hope you never learn enough The sky is not the limit So act like you are flyin' 'Cuz people will always tell you, About that other side, How the grass is always greener, and the sun, it always shines, and People will always tell you, How to live your life, You know what I say to that?
You know what it's like to be all alone? People on both sides, and you don't know where to go Pack up your own bag Throw your world in the air See where you go from there 'Cuz people will always tell you, About that other side, How the grass is always greener, and the sun, it always shines, and People will always tell you, How to live your life, You know what I say to that?Homework: Find the lyrics. Make your playlist. Create the CD cover. If time allows, start your reﬂective letter to explain why each event, song, and psychology term are important to you. You may also determine what part of your soundtrack to present in the class.