Fireside Lodge Bed and Breakfast
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... as well as the fact that I started the trail in the High Sierras above the cloud line - sky walker. I also truly feel as if I am in a galaxy far far away. It feels so great to be a part of this community now.
Since my last post I have traveled another 150 miles north to a town called South Lake Tahoe. I have now walked a full 180 miles without a rest day so I am treating myself here with a few days off.
The last week or so has been ...
... and collected us. Kyle or "Snow" really buckled down the last few miles though I could tell that it really hurt. It was a beautiful sunny day after 2 days of rain so out spirits were still high. I'm not sure if hiking is in Kyle's future, heck I'm not sure I'm that into it! But it was an experience of a lifetime, to do a section of the PCT with my youngest son ...
... Lake. I must admit that after seeing other peoples pictures of here I was a little disappointed but I think it was down to being an overcast day. After lunch by the Lake it was my turn to take the wheel for the 5 hour drive to our next destination... San ...
... in the tent out of suitcases and backpacks (which actually worked!). All got freshened up and wandered down to the lake, water was pretty brown so I didn't venture in but the scenery was amazing and watched various water sports in action (and what we believe to be Ellen Degeneres hosting the National PaddleBpard championships!!). I now desperately want to try paddleboarding so might have to give it a go in San Diego as we have a bit of spare time!! Drove over the border into ...
With Yosemite too far away we decided to head south anyway, climbing up a twisty road into Nevada, towards Brodie National Historical Park. Three miles before the park the Tarmac gave way to a bumpy track, so I was grateful for the 4-wheel drive. We climbed up further to over 8,000 feet; rolling hills and scrubland everywhere. In the distance, to the south, we could see ...