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... down that gave us a lighter and wished us well.
We ended up walking 3 miles before setting up camp and realizing we were in black bear country with no rope. Did we want to sleep with our food? The question was answered for us, right on the edge of the campsite laid a big pile of bear poop. We dug a hole to hide the food and called it a night.
I'm pretty tired after a long week of work. It's only 9 but I started falling asleep writing this.!
... trip. As an added bonus the route wasn't crowded and I was able to move at a pace faster than 10mph. The route to the pass had me climbing some of the steepest (26-28Degrees) roads I've ever seen. The road had few guard rails or barriers and was full of switchbacks and extreme elevation climbs with steep drop offs the entire way.
Coming down the eastern side of the mountain I was greeted by something unexpected. I started ...
I had a good talk with little miss GPS today in Carson City (Sep 10) -- using angry words that I cannot repeat here. She led me round and round before eventually getting me to AAA, which was located on a type of frontage road beside 395. She took me around the block 3 times before I stopped to check a "real" map. I was only 100 yards from AAA -- and decided to walk to it to save myself further ...
... we hope they got out okay.
After the very long drive it was late by the time we got to Lake Tahoe and we could only just see the lake which is huge the town is busy all year as they play on the lake during summer and then ski in winter, we passed some very big houses.
We were looking forward to waking in the morning and seeing the lake.
From The Simsons
... testified before Congress. She met with President Rutherford B Hayes and Secretary of the Interior Charles Schurz. She appealed to public opinion on both coasts through lectures, interviews, and newspaper statements, severely criticizing the reservation system. And in 1883, she wrote her autobiography, Life Among the Piutes: Their Wrongs and Claims.
The first book written by an American Indian woman, it combined ...