Oh! And I learned something new. Apparently geologic creep is a relatively rare phenomenon. California has a ton of it, but the rest of the world? Not so much.
Speaking of earthquakes, next weekend I'm heading down to Carrizo Plains. If you've ever seen pictures of the San Andreas Fault, then you've probably seen pics from the Carrizo Plains. It's the area where you get the really dramatic shots where it looks like someone took a giant knife and was trying to cut up California like a giant birthday cake. My friend and I were originally going to go up to Mono Lake and Bodie, but we realized that some of the roads that we were going to take are still closed due to snow. Yeah, I know. This is California. This is June. And we still have roads that are under snow. Feh.