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A one night stay in Carson City (groceries and MH miscellaneous) and one night in Coleville on the way to Mammoth Lakes, CA. It's about 120 miles from Coleville to ML but some mighty high summits to cross in those miles: Devil's Gate (7519), Conway (8143), and Deadman (8041).
I arrived in Mammoth Lakes on Thurs, Sep 12 for a 4 night stay at the Shady Rest Forest Service campground, within walking distance of the visitor's center and the ...
... Funny thing is Natalie and I both thought going biking would be fun,obviously before we joined the Q, but the sort of biking we had in mind was having a tingaling bell and basket not a bmx,shinpads and a beasting helmet!
Once at the start of our trail we decided a simple walk round to the Devils postpile and rainbowfalls would be a good idea However being us we shoulda known a simple walk is never simple. We made it to the ...
All we need is love
We’re Free as we'll ever be
Just as free
Free as we'll ever be
So we live out in our old van
Travel all across this land
Me and you.”
Note - don’t let anything or anyone hold you back from what you want. Be sure to live the way you want. You have to live with yourself and the choices you make, so make some good ones and learn from the bad. ...
... alll our gear over to other terminal. Just made it 4.20 check in so off to furthest gate n got on board. Stayed at Venice beach which was sooo close to airport n no freeway travel. Great position for travel to Hollywood tomorrow. Feels weird not being in Mexico, Venice beach has strange people around but hey that's la. It's cold n foggy. Our winter clothes at Peres so Jake is wearing socks n thongs, great image for ...
... morning would bring.
I endured a very cold and mostly sleepless night. As the murky darkness slowly lightened into what passed for dawn, it became evident that it was snowing heavily and it had been snowing most of the night. In fact, it was a blizzard! OK, it was time to reassess the plan. I had scheduled to drive east to west across Yosemite National Park via the Tioga Pass Road that started about 20 miles north of Mammoth ...