Maple Inn & Suites, Los Banos
Travel Blogs from Los Banos
... as he teetered on the ice while new cars were sliding out of control down the hill towards us. Another man decided it was his job to move every car out of the way which was in front of him so that he could get through and continue his journey as he had a four wheel drive. He cussed everyone around him as well as the police and the recovery crews before they all got fed up with him and saw him on his way. Generally though people were positive ...
... stopped at 438 miles for the day. Not bad by any
standards, but we wanted to do more. The wind picked up and blew
Chris around. For some reason I was ok, but we are thinking it might
have something to do with the fairing, tourpack and/or trailer. He
has it all. Wish we could have taken some pictures a long the way,
but even Mt Shasta was shy today, she was covered in clouds. So the
only picture we have today is our Motel 6 Campround. You can see how
... ahead. The scenery contrasts to the stark nothingness of I-5. There are golden rolling hills splashed with olive green tinges. Patches of wild flowers were in bloom, an occasional farmstead broke up the vast seemingly endless countryside, it turned out to be a very peaceful drive.
Upon arriving at Mercey HS, we were greeted by a row of Ironwood trees and a few scrub oak. There were ...
... at nearby Curry Village.
Our third day involved driving to Glacier Point, which is high on a cliff overlooking Yosemite Valley. From Glacier Point there are spectacular views across the valley and beyond. Far down below you can just make out the toy cars and buses endlessly circling the loop road, and tiny inflatable rafts drifting down the river. We went on a ranger walk to nearby Sentinel Dome and ...
... after a night of separation. Their babies are probably out of the nest by now but the necessity fo food is always a point of discussion. It probably got down in the low 40's last night and I can only say, that to skimp on sleeping gear is a huge mistake. I wrote about my sleeping bag, but I failed to mention that I had two sheets sewn together to about the half-way point. One i use an an insert to my bag, which I remove daily and wash once a ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed