The M Inn Mammoth
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... to the Vons grocery store to stock up for a picnick. We then drove up to the adventure center to purchase tickets for the shuttle which, similar to Zion, is the only way to get into the valley to reach our planned destination, the Rainbow Falls. Half an hour later we found ourselves deep in the valley at the start of the 2km trail to the falls. As it was downhill it didn't take us too long to get there and we were soon munching on our picnick sitting on ...
... to get some pics with some Joshua Trees which pretty cool. It is remarkable that they survive in this harsh environment. Some of the scenery on stretch of our trip has been breathtaking.
Next stop was Darwin which although not abandoned itself (we did see two residents) it was full of abandoned cars, trucks, and houses. There were a disproportionate number of VW Beetles for some reason.
Next up was Lone ...
... found all the drivers very courteous, especially the truck drivers, can't say the same about drivers on our roads! Got to Vegas at 4:30, just in time to check in and then remembered i had to call tour operator about out tour pickup time tomorrow, lucky i did as voucher said pickup from7.30 and we are getting picked up at 6.15 so after an eventful 2 days an early night tonight, going to the big hole in the ground tomorrow.
... we realised it was an advanced hiking route! So with no water and in a forest/mountain full of bears and deer and not knowing when the last bus home from the mountain was we began to power walk uphill towards the bus stop which yip we had no cue really where it was!. We bumped into some deer and chipmuncks on our way however natalie and I both felt on our route round we were being watched by some form of wildlife...bear cat or bird we ...
... morning would bring.
I endured a very cold and mostly sleepless night. As the murky darkness slowly lightened into what passed for dawn, it became evident that it was snowing heavily and it had been snowing most of the night. In fact, it was a blizzard! OK, it was time to reassess the plan. I had scheduled to drive east to west across Yosemite National Park via the Tioga Pass Road that started about 20 miles north of Mammoth ...