Recipe for a Drive-up
by Larry Salmon
Take six highly seasoned mountain drivers
Add 25 firm (they must be firm) passengers
Blend well in six assorted jeeps and Volkswagens
Build a road or, if it has already been built, prepare in the following manner:
Use the 25 firm passengers to remove all boulders from the road; they can also help to shovel away slides, push vehicles out of mud, and moan when the ruts are deep.
Stew the whole mess for 4 1/2 hours, adding 14 miles of driving (?), and occasionally basting with about four miles of hiking.
Serve at mild mountain temperature in a Sugarpine and Cajon casserole.
Serves two drive-ups for thirty people.
That was the afternoon of March 25. The morning's activity was devoted to an uneventful climb of Cleghorn. Thirty-five participated in that climb; five chickened out when warned by the leader that the road to the other peaks had been rather badly treated by recent rainstorms.
Unscheduled, but able, assistance was given by Don McLellan and Lew Hill. Everybody agreed that this unusual trip was a worthwhile experience. However, the rec