Convict Lake Resort
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Is our two month trail anniversary! We also broke 900 miles today. As a reward, we went into Reds meadow for a solid lunch with dessert pie. On a last minute decision, we took the shuttle into Mammoth Lakes. Nice hotel at Holiday Haus, nice relaxing evening. Ahhhhhh. Tomorrow we hike out to Toulumne Meadows, then head over to Yosemite national park. After that, our sights are set on South Lake ...
Left Jackie's this morning, such a sad thing to say goodbye to someone who you love so much and only get to see occasionally. We had a great time with her and look forward to seeing her next summer. Thanks again Jackie for your gracious hospitality. Headed to Yosemite today, which is very beautiful. Stopped at ...
We drove six hours through Yosemite National Park, to Mammoth LakesCalifornia. I played my iPad and I played Wipeout on it. We have a swimming pool at our RV park. We have to share it with other people. We had dinner; . Buddy and Abby roast hotdogs over the fire cause they had hotdogs. The rest of us had cheeseburgers. I fell off the chair when I was blogging. I didn't crack my head open. By: Alli-Gator Typed by: ...
... encounters. I was filming Dan working a boulder problem when I heard a low buzzing sound - sort of like a fly, but much bigger. I turned to see a humming bird hovering in the space beside me. Before I could pick up the camera, he was gone. The other wildlife encounter was when we were climbing in Yosemite. We looked up to see a Black Bear plodding along about 100 yards away. It if had seen us, it took no notice, and moved on. It was breathtaking.
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... br> The four all joined a week later to share their stories and sport climb in Clark Canyon. Tim and Ben – who had spent the majority of the week talking to each other in their ridiculous ...