This stream is flowing about halfway up the Reno Divide Road. A bit of rain drifted over us today. Could use a bit more…
This flag is a replica of the flag flown over the Continental Army commanded by George Washington at the Siege of Boston, 1775-1776. The Pine tree was a common symbol of liberty in the New England colonies. It proved to be good choice. Happy Independence Day everybody.
There are moments that remind me why I live here. Pasque flowers up Cement Creek after the snow melts. Fresh green translucent Aspen leaves. And the needles that push when a Colorado Spruce is happy and growing. There are soft, flexible and fragrant. Enjoy.
The Camp4Roasting Room is packed with orders ready to be delivered to the post office. I will need to bring a rack of lattes to placate the Postal staff. Thanks to all the good folks who helped us test the new website. We are grateful, and tired. Thanks also to all who made comments on how to make it useful. We implemented many of your ideas. I believe we will continue with the “Extra Pound” special until 6/21. If you are looking for a value in coffee gifts for friends, this is one. Use us. Wear me out. I dare you……I Double Dog Dare you…… Al.
This is my first ice axe. My father gave it to me so I would be safe in the mountains. It went to Alaska and the Eastern Sierra. It saved a mountain guide’s life. And mine. It looked different when it was new. Now, it works in the garden at Camp4Coffee.
Wythina designed these mugs. We hope you like them. Available in the shops. Buy 2 pounds, get a FREE mug.
Al is busy today storing the 36,000 pounds of coffee beans that was delivered just this morning at Camp 4 Coffee in CB South. Its a LOT of coffee – this picture is only showing part of the load. Al says he receives 2 big shipments like this each year. Go, Al and Shawn – roast those beans!
CBSouth is now open until 12 noon. All summer. Stop by and say “hi”. Honk if you like Camp 4 Coffee CBSouth. Thank you!
Camp 4 is going back to our roots. We are sponsors of Yosemite Climbing Rangers. Stop by and fill your cup.
Al: “One of my favorite spots up Cement Creek.” Check out the video below!