Vacation Rentals at Snowcreek Resort in Mammoth Lakes
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... in the mirror the sky was bright as bright.
However, I don't really feel as if I have arrived unless there is heavy rain and a storm, so this hopefully was it.
Mammoth Lakes welcomed us with a big sign.
A ski area, with a nice feel, surounded by snow capped mountains. It was fresh feeling, but not cold.
(Others may disagree.)
Oh..... Houston? We have a problem.
That route you suggested?
The easy 127 miles through ...
... the Kings!
Little over 25 hours till Sarah joins our excursion! We're looking to head out early in the morning so we can ACTUALLY make it into Yosemite. Hoping it's well worth what today brought us! Either way the adventures of today were an unexpected pleasure and we await what's next. "Plans are worthless, but planning is everything." -Dwight Eisenhower
-Jared & ...
... to rent it, nevermind petrol, food and campsite fees etc. Phil was a bit nervous about driving on the other side of the road as every other country weve been to was the same as england!And the roads here are so big. he was a little bit ropey to begin with but he soon got used to it. we went to walmart in crenshaw and got loads of food for the van, and a cool box which we fill with ice every day,camp chairs, table, pillows (there is a bench seat in the back which folds down to a ...
... Mono Lake - an ancient caldera, now a saline lake with tremendous examples of Tufa! This is one of 21 extinct volcanoes that guard the eastern entrance to Yosemite. Then we visited Niceley's Restaurant for our evening meal which was good - but too much for both of us! Then back to Mammoth Lakes.
Tomorrow we head back through the Park and on west to San Francisco.
... amazing sunset over the Pacific Ocean.
There's only a few things I don't like about SF, the steep hills everywhere, very exhausting, and the many homeless people. Apparently so many as a result of too much experimenting with LSD in the 60s and 70s. Definitely love the city though, it's so much more laid back than other American cities, even the cops are more relaxed (one a bit too relaxed and drove into someone's parked car). And they travel in style on their ...