We would like to present the 2nd Annual Scale on the Con, taking place during the Rubicon Trail Foundation's Cantina For the Con on Labor day weekend.
The event takes place at the majestic Loon Lake, high in the Sierra Nevadas on the famous Rubicon Trail
All money raised goes to the Rubicon Trail Foundation to support their efforts in keeping the trail open for generations to come! Hope to see you there!
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AnzoUSA™ proudly supports the Rubicon Trail and we invite you to join us at the 65th Anniversary Jeepers Jamboree "Wine on the Rocks" in Rubicon Springs on Friday July 28th. In addition, bring your Jeepers Jamboree & Jeep Jamboree, Inc. "Wine on the Rocks" event ticket to the AnzoUSA™ booth on Wednesday July 25th for the Jeepers Jamboree Outdoor Expo and receive an ADDITIONAL 15% off the already great show deals!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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High Sierra granite overlooking a snow melt lake. Glaciers moved across this 20,000 years ago, grinding and scarring the surface. You can tell the direction the glacier was moving by the direction of the scratches. A glacier usually has to reach a massive 60-feet thick before it moves.
From the National Snow and Ice Data Center: "Glaciers are made up of fallen snow that, over many years, compresses into large, thickened ice masses. Glaciers form when snow remains in one location long enough to transform into ice. What makes glaciers unique is their ability to move. Due to sheer mass, glaciers flow like very slow rivers. Some glaciers are as small as football fields, while others grow to be dozens or even hundreds of kilometers long."