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... National park. Our overnight stay was in Mammoth lakes, which is a pretty ski resort town outside the National Park. During the night I heard some inhuman sounds right outside our window and immediately thought "bears". Naturally I kept quiet, in case I was just going crazy, but after a while I decided to wake Ken …. And yes – I was correct – there was a mother black bear and three cubs right outside our window (I had wondered why they were double ...
... The friend I met was supposed to hike with me the next day, but had to work and I decided that I couldn't hike the big one alone. So I left. Kings canyon was mostly closed except for the most lame little bit. There was a big fire so the canyon part was closed. So I didn't last too long there. There was a giant stump that had been logged but I couldn't even find it when I went down the trail. So I left. In Fresno, before hitting up yosemite, I stopped at in-and-out burger. I was ...
Oakhurst’s claim to fame: the pioneering computer game developer Sierra On-Line was based here from 1981 to 1999. The company achieved many industry firsts, including the development of the first 3D adventure game (King’s Quest) and one of the first online gaming networks.
Our only game tonight is dinner and writing this blog, which I'm now doing.
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... Royal Arches and Half Dome......two other rock formations. Half Dome is as it says.....like a dome with half of it missing. We kept going up, we were now at about 8000 ft and stopping at various view points along the way. It's hard to describe it and do it justice.....it is so vast and the landscape is beautiful. Everywhere you drive, the landscape it littered with rocks........from football size to enormous boulders, they are everywhere. It as if ...
Come join the "High Sierra Sistahs" , Lynn, Debbie do, Lizzie, Candace, Anne, Mary Lou, Toni and Cathy as we trek from Tuolumne Meadows at 8,600 feet to Vogelsang camp at 10,300 feet! The trail sign said 7 miles...but it seemed like 10 miles!
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