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... greyish white of the mountain contrasted beautifully with the green of the trees and the rich clear blue of the sky above. The trail crossed over little rivulets and even crossed the fast flowing Lone Pine Creek via a series of little boulders which I had to hop over from one to another. The trail also passed a couple of little waterfalls of clear mountain water. Although I met the odd hiker coming back down from Mt Whitney (they all looked a bit dazed and ...
... One of the first things I noticed upon setting up camp was the sense of quiet and peace. I took a deep breath and let the serenity engulf my body and mind.
Shady Rest has flush toilets and water faucets but no hookups. I'm using the MH battery for lights and fresh water from the tank. With my Golden Eagle pass (for seniors), I am paying $10 per night. Now, that's a deal!! Across the main road is a private campground, with hookups. Check ...
... the zany promenade walk with markets, food musicians etc. etc.
6. Seeing my first squirrel and hummingbird in our street.
The opulence of the Hollywood and Beveley Hills home is, of course, staggering. There are all sorts of stars that live or lived in the houses. Of course there were the stories of death, where Michael Jackson died - a house and where Janice Joplin died - a hotel. Hollywood is full ...
... of mostly men and some women all in full head to toe bmx bike gear. They were all bumping their bikes up and down and sharing bike stories whilst momo/schmidt sat on looking on. Ive never seen so many grown men psycing eachother up,banging bike chains up and down and basically thinking they looked super macho in their biking glory. I personally think it was all for show and infact some just liked wearing all the gear but couldnt ...
... it. After that, we drove to the twin peaks to see the city during the daytime. After that we drove out of San Francisco on the bay bridge. It's just as massive as the golden gate bridge and on top of that it had two decks. On our drive out, we drove by the giants stadium and the piers going along the bay. We also drove by an original clock/building that survived the great fire. On our way to Yosemite, we stopped to eat and get gas. That was ...