1849 Condos at Canyon Lodge
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From Las Vegas to Mammoth Lakes the drive went from scrubby desert (which we were getting a bit weary of at this point) over the Eastern High Sierra, all snow capped mountains and winding roads. It was at this point that Ian decided to let me drive; a mistake he regretted because the moment I had control of a huge, powerful Mustang the roads all of a sudden went from dead straight with nothing in front or behind for miles to hairpin bends up and ...
... valuable moisture in my body and walked around my tent! Though I only made it half way around the tent, it clams my mind a bit and should show the bear whose territory he/ or she is about to enter!!
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Bear necessities- jungle book!
I didn't sleep very good last night. I kept waking up at every little sound trying to figure out if my leg was about to be bitten off! But I have 2 legs and I'm ...
... Mansions, walk down Hollywood Boulevard where the film stars names are inlaid in
the pavement, saw the Hollywood Sign, Sunset Strip and Rodeo Drive where all the rich people shop. Oh such oppulence
4. Another trip by bus back to hollywood. Love observing the people behaving as people do. Some very strange souls, blacks, whites, mexicans. A very eclectic cosmopolitan city.
Strange things like ...
... We can't see it all, but have been told to go to Glacier Point.
We head toward Glacier Point not knowing what we will see. After traveling for almost an hour within the park we arrive at Glacier Point. IT IS UNBELIEVABLE! We are about 7200 feet high, looking down into the valley below. There are HUGE, HUGE, HUGE cliffs and waterfalls that we are viewing from this view point. I cannot describe how large and close the rounded boulder ...
... pick on. Laid back AK tried the diplomatic approach at first and tried to explain that we didn't know how to work the camera but this guy just assumed the role of photograph police and wouldn't let up so AK started to loose his patience. SJ stepped in before the guy got a black eye and told him to basically mind his own business and that we were not the only ones using the flash and that we had as much right to be there as the 'professionals' who had ...