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The road (178) up to Lake Isabella from Bakersfield was a nice change from the long, bouncy straits on Highway 99. The ravine we drove through was fantastic. It was a steap climb up before the valley opened up. The lake itself was a little short of water but still a very beautiful ...
... pack my stuff away. All this allows us to set off over ninety minutes earlier than we'd hoped for. So, after checking out, we bundle ourselves into a cab for the short journey to the car rental pick up point at the airport.
The booking process for the car at the airport was efficient and painless, and after a quick FaceTime with Elise we are heading into the massive rental parking lot to get our Ford Escape (or similar). Here, as with most American rental companies, ...
Today was a fluke. We hit trail a bit before 8 am and descended a crazy gully including two sketchy rock scrambles down to Willow Springs, covering 10 miles. This was the last reliable water until Walker pass, 31 miles away at mile 650. The heat was up by 11 am and hiking out into a waterless stretch in the heat of ...
... Museum - $10.00 donation - a gem
Documentary about the making of cowboy films in this area - excellent!
Meals: Lunch - Cheryl's Diner
Sleep: Rivernook Campground (private) (2667') - $35.00 - site on a pretty river
... for just the two of us --- of "The Rainbow Connection." ............ the lovers, the dreamers --- and me .............. I darn near cried!
A half hour later we are 6,000 feet higher than Lone Pine at the foot of Cottonwood Pass, northbound once again on the Pacific Crest Trail..................Stay tuned
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Barb and Dick
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