Source: 2009 Q2 Beartracks, Pat and Carol Fagan
A throwback to the 1960s that has, so far, managed to fend off the city that built up around it, Cones has down home warmth and charm.
Cones is located right in the heart of Twentynine Palms, CA. The airport coordinates are
Source: 2009 Q1 Beartracks, Pat and Carol Fagan
Think back to when you were a kid. Remember reading the Sunday funnies? Perhaps your comics included a weekly “Ripley’s Believe it or Not”. Mine did. If so, you may have read about Burro Schmidt, or as Ripley dubbed him, “The Human Mole”. Mister Schmidt spent 32 years digging a tunnel nearly ½ mile long through solid granite, using only hand tools and dynamite.
Source: 2008 Q1 Beartracks, Pat & Carol Fagan Guerrilla Photography: Get in. Get out. Take the shot. I first came up with this concept as an outgrowth of my realization I was not always comfortable leaving the airplane unattended for long periods while I explored on foot. What if, instead, I searched out interesting or unique sites or natural features, formulated a plan of attack, and then sneaked in and grabbed a picture before beating a hasty retreat. It sounded fun!
Source: 2007 Q2 Beartracks, Pat Fagan
The Mojave Desert is a place dear to my heart where I have had the most incredible adventures and made many wonderful memories. Unfortunately, it has now taken on a new meaning for me. This is where my dreams ended.
Source: 2007 Q1 Beartracks, Pat Fagan Stars, stars, stars, and more st…, well, you get the picture. Angel Point is a star gazers paradise, but more about that later. Angel Point is located in the Canyonlands region of SE Utah. The coordinates are
Source: 2006 Q4 Beartracks, Pat Fagan Seek your fortune while you follow in the footsteps of the lost 49ers. Goler is a good destination for hiking and mountain biking, with lots of mining history. Spend the night in an actual miners shack or sleep out under star filled skies.