Virginia Creek Settlement
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... in a dirty warm pool. My first hot spring experience was pretty awesome, and apparently we went to a 'posh' hot spring as there were pipes for temperature control and plastic grassy mats for you to step off when you step into the tub. Normally the ones that Ben frequents in Nevada are old cattle troughs with hot water bypassed into them. And then him and his Dad and the rest of the blokes all pile in after days in the dust.... Not a great image aha.
Our next ...
... giving a haunting look to the High Sierras as we climbed over Tioga Pass. Tioga Pass is 9,600 feet in elevation dividing the Pacific Crest into East and West. At that elevation spring and summer come late and briefly, if at all. Barb was thrilled to see her first snow banks of the trip. Ii tried to get her to do snow angels, but she wasn’t buying.
Once we were over he pass we descended into high mountain ...
... The climate was too harsh and Bodie was out of the way, on the road to nowhere... so they left. Steve and the kids wandered down and were transfixed with bits and pieces of machinery from a hydro-electric generator. Blake asked Daddy a million questions, interested in the machines and how they worked, and Steve did his best to explain in three-year-old terms. I took about a hundred photos. The blue high sierra sky contrasts sharply with the brown of ...
... are the calcium carbonate tufa that form in the lake. With the appearance of drip-sand castles, the tufa form under the surface of the lake, as calcium from subterranean springs bubbles up and mixes with the carbonate in the alkaline waters. Over the years, the level of the lake has dropped as the streams that fed it have been diverted as water supplies to towns and cities as far away as Los Angeles. As a result, many of the tufa now ...
... nose of the coaster of course so we waited, even through a coaster stoppage for quick repairs, which was not reassuring. I generally avoid coasters because of my neck. The things you do for those you love... Well, we climbed into the beast and it went up, and up, and up and up. Launching from the top was one of those "what am I doing here!?" moments. We hit about Mach-1 going down, yelling all the way, and then were immediately shot into the first of ...