Bishop Creek Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... it is still the longest single stretch of highway in the USA, although some areas are not as well preserved as others. It was simply fantastic driving through miles of arid land, with small 'koppies' dotted about, large desert mountains, and low lying dry shrubbery sprawled for as far as the eye could see. Before entering Vegas, we passed the Hoover Dam, the USA's largest dam which captures water from the Colorado River which finds its origin in the ...
... were completely stripped bare; we wondered how long it would take nature to heal itself.
As we gained elevation on the Tioga Pass Road, we left the devastation behind and were greeted by wildflowers sprinkled along the road. By now, we had all grown hungry and each of us was eyeing the cooler for the sandwiches we had bought along the way. We finally arrived at Tenaya Lake around 1:30pm and found a nice shady parking spot for the hounds while we ate ...
... thing. We also bought a coffee from the coffee shop in the casino, using our newly acquired mug. It was the best one yet, so happy little vegemiters.we left minden about 12 and headed on down and up through the parks to bishop. It is unbelievable that we can keep being astounded by the scenery. It took us about four hours to get 2 ...
... over 14,000 feet, it is the highest in California and driving along side them is pretty cool. We spent all day in the car but it was great, very interesting and amazing scenery. The kids travelled really well but were very happy to arrive in Bishop tonight. We are just staying here for one night then heading into Yosemite National Park ...
... naturally filtered somewhat.
We finished getting ready and set off around 10:00am for our day hike. I had brought a small day pack for a day hike, and my Dad had two water bottles he had attached to his belt through holders. So we were both so much lighter and it felt great! Hiking this way felt amazing and liberating. It was a completely different experience. We had so much more oomph and energy. The 3.5 mile hike to the granite basin area had the same elevation gain as ...