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... inter-agency pass!
There are Tufa towers all over the bed of the lake where the water level used to be higher. Due to diversion of water for Los Angeles, the water lever was reduced in the 1940's until 1994 when Mono Lake was protected. The level is higher now but still not as high as it was.
After learning all about Tufa and "shooting" some photos at sunset we headed back to the El Mono Motel to rest up for our long drive to Las ...
... were going to die of hyperthermia and would therefore need sleeping bags
We continued on to Carson City in search of a shower and sleeping bags. At the first random place we pulled up, we found a laundromat, thrft store (for the sleeping bag and a blanket) and a gym where we had a long overdue shower. We could now thankfully continue on to Yosemite.
Being the naive travellers, that we are, we hadn't realise that Yosemite National ...
... Honk if you Hike sticker went on the back. Found a little carpark on the eastern side about a quarter way down Lake Tahoe with panoramic views of the lake, and parked up for the night. About 10:30 as we were all snuggled in, headlights drew across the camper and a car parked behind us. Rob and I remained silent in bed, looking at each other, hoping the unwelcome presence would disappear. Unfortunately one of our bedroom blinds was a little broken and didn’t close right ...
As we drove out of the mountains and lightning storm we were met by a peaceful alpine forest. Winding our way up one last steep hill the view opened up to the ancient, mysterious Mono Lake. We had not intended to stop but off in the distance Arlo spotted some jagged rocks peeking out from the water's edge. Then, I vaguely remembered reading about these strange rocks called Tufa towers. We had to check them out! As ...
We stayed right on the eastern edge of Nevada last night, just across the time zone into Pacific Time. So, we woke up around 5:00 am PT, and hit the road just after 6:00 am.
We traveled diagonally across Nevada for 420 miles. That is a big state! For the first 100 miles, we probably saw 8 cars and nothing else. We took mainly back roads and had ...
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