Yellow Dog Inn
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... might have been momma bear or big brother bear not sure, but it's coat was dark black. The younger golden bear jumped had ran 10 steps when it saw me an then looked back at black coat to see what it would do. Slowly the bears went around the ledge I was on and climbed up the rocks to where ever they must call home. It was my first bear of the trip and I was excited. I stood there for awhile and watched them scurry away. When ...
... legs were a little slow. From there we drove on to Winnemucca. The desert was amazingly green. After leaving drought filled California we were surprised to see so much water on the desert! First night in the fifth wheel was ...
Type: paved road and dirt, out & back
Distance: 7.7 mi
Moving Time: 3:12
Avg Speed: 2.4 mph
Elevation Max: 4,241 ft
Ascent: 1,756 ft
Descent: 1,330 ft
Weather: sunny, cool
Hikers: Sean, Alicia, Sheba
Gear: full packs
Alicia: The weekend is finally here!!! I have been counting down the days to this hike in ...
... and surrounding areas have to offer. Seriously guys - we had an excellent time and one day we'll repay the favour!! Anyhoo…. they recommended that as we were heading over to Yosemite, we should take a detour and visit a small town just to the north called Murphys. And we are so glad we did… its just gorgeous; small, history laden and packed with lots of cute little independent shops - Kate Ramsell: you'd love it ...
... of bears, beware the rattle snakes, don't touch the poison oak and keep toilet paper 10ft away from the creek because of parasites.
Went to the avenue of the giants the next morning which was an absolutely amazing experience
Such old energy it takes your breath away. I wanted to stay all day I felt like I was on reload mode so amazing.