1849 Condos at Canyon Lodge
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Our second day was a very long and confusing day. We woke up, had breakfast and were on the road at nearly 8:00. If we would have traveled straight through Nevada, then I think things may have been a bit boring. We were hoping to stop at a few California state parks like Yosemite and Sequoia, but were not able to. The East side of Yosemite was closed. The east side of Sequoia was also closed. After leaving Tahoe, we drove for a good ...
One of the more relaxing parks we've been to - and by far the coldest! Literally freezing in fact. We hired bikes and rode around the valley which got our muscles moving and was a great way to see the sights. In the morning drove up to Tioga past and saw snow - which was exciting - only might have been better if our car heater was working. Well played, Bessie, well played. Beanies and blankets in tow we drove up the 10,000ft pass and over the other side on our way to death ...
The cave, although lumpy, kept me warm as I dozed throughout the night. I rose at dawn among the nebulous mountains and lakes. I meandered past massive misty stands of lodgepole and hemlock pines, past a foggy emerald pond with an appropriate name of Shadow. Today suited it well as the mist shrouded the opposite shores. A pair of Buffle Headed ducks paddled into the mysterious void. Waters in lively creeks descended ...
... though, it's not all ski, sunshine and beer here in Mammoth. Last night we experienced -3 degrees in the RV! Imagine how we all look in thermals (tucked into our socks and t-shirts) with hoodies over the top. Hard to believe that we've been sat sunning ourselves today (and it was only 8 degrees in reality) and now were all sat 'thermalled' up! So, we say goodbye to Mammoth tomorrow and head ...
... real! we drove to the end and back with the rive on one side. The poor little van struggled up and down the hills. We drove to sequioa national park and saw the worlds largest tree which was cool, and then left the next morning to drive to death valley, the hottest place in the world.
So we had been driving about 7 hours when we got to death valley. We drove down the winding roads to the bottom and it was so hot 130 degrees farenheit actually.maybe hotter. And we have no air ...