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... br> this, there was still an operational post office there until 1942 and
the last 3 people left in 1943. An eerie feeling to walk around and
see into stores and houses where things were left as they were when
people walked away.
From there we headed North. We stopped
in Gardnerville NV at Walmart overnight. It was a large 24/7 Walmart,
clean, friendly and a flat space to stop so it was a great nights
... quarters we were good to go.
By 5 we were ready for dinner and thinking we should see what there is to do in Lee Vining, so we dashed into the visitor center, catching them just before they closed. They hand us a pamphlet about Mono Lake and suggest driving 10 miles to the South Tufa (too-fu) - whatever that is!!
For dinner we had three choices, the restaurant at the Mobil Station a few miles out of town, Nicely's, or Bodie ...
... bewildered at joining the freeway in the fast lane I slowly made my way across the 6 lanes to the right hand side... As we headed out of SF over the bridge I may have taken a little wrong turn as I followed one of what seemed like 10 lanes....I took the wrong one... Sat nav recalculated we were back on route. Fuel stop at Manteca and we never saw the freeway again as we made our way to Highway 120.... The views were ...
... The viewpoint was literally at the side of the road before a tunnel so we parked up and joined the crowds of people already there. This was actually my favorite view of the whole trip. There was El Captain on the left and you could see Half Dome on the right of valley. The valley itself looked so green and vast. It really was a view to admire and soak up the breathtaking scenery. We left the park on a major high, but we did feel like we missed out a bit because ...
After what can only be described as a horrendous night's sleep, we woke to the nose of the camp beginning to stir at around 6am. Why the bad sleep? Well, at 1am I was awake, convinced that I could hear one of the dreaded and feared bears snuffling around the outside of the tent. Lying completely still and frozen to the spot, I listened to the rhythmic sound for a good five minutes before realising that it was simply one of our neighbours snoring. However, by this ...