Mark Wilson November 25th, 2009
CLAREMONT, CALIFORNIA–The peak above is part of the San Gabriel Mountains just north of Claremont. Today is one of the best southern California offers: brilliant sun, temperatures in the 70s, and very clear skies. Apparently this view of the mountains is not always available because of air pollution, but you would never know it this morning.
The San Gabriel Mountains separate the Los Angeles Basin from the Mojave Desert on the other side. The San Andreas Fault runs through them in a very complex way.
I’m here for family reasons (Thanksgiving in San Diego — can’t beat that!), but there is always something geological about!