Pine Tree Inn and Bakery
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- Continental Breakfast
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TripAdvisor Reviews Pine Tree Inn and Bakery Panaca
Travel Blogs from Panaca
... of the 110 miles between Ely and Pioche as it rolled up from the south like an abusive, torturous, heartless bully. (I hope Mrs. N doesn't read blogs.)
The hardest part can be the down slopes where coasting means getting blown to a stop at times. There is little rest except when I stop. My body feels the affects no so much in my legs, but in my hands and feet when they all go numb from the ...
... better known towns pale in comparison. It has been
reported that seventy-five men were buried in the cemetery before anyone
in Pioche had time to die a natural death. According to one reputable
source, nearly 60 percent of he homicides reported in Nevada during 1871-72 took place in and around Pioche.
A favorite example of the town’s bloody character
recalls the arrival of young Illinois lawyer and his bride ...
... north. The Owens Valley still wasn't exciting but the Sierra Nevada mountains did look amazing in the morning light with the sun catching the snow and highlighting the valleys. We were watching for elk when we spotted the eagle. Although we couldn't stop to take a photograph the white head and size clearly identified it as a Bald Eagle; I frantically checked the Audubon Field Guide and yes, there really are Bald Eagles here.
Once past Bishop, the ...
This was a park I'd skipped a couple months earlier, but I placed it on my route towards Yosemite this time. It is a very small park, but there are some very unique features in rather plain surroundings. The region was apparently an ancient lake bed, and more recent water has resulted in erosion leading to interesting shapes. There ...
... The views were more than worth the trip and we have 'lots' of photo's which we will no doubt bore you into insensability with when come home...
We then continued onto Caliente and saw a little town that falls under the banner of 'small town America', obviously quite a few people on lower incomes but we were met with courtesy and have enjoyed our stay here. As the 'Shady' is fairly close to the railway track, ...