BEST WESTERN PLUS High Sierra Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... We stop at the pretty pioneer town of Lone Pine which is in unmistakeable cowboy country. In fact many many cowboy films have been filmed here. We drive up into the Alabama Hills towards the majestic snow capped Mount Whitney looking for Möbius Arch. The countryside is so pretty and so cowboy and so outdoorsy - strange rocks, canyons, round boulders, dry gulches, rushing streams, desert landscapes and me in my cowboy hat and Prada backpack. We hike ...
... and the sun beats down hard at this altitude. I would say that during the day the temp is around 80 degrees, but at night it drops down to near freezing. I'm always tempted to leave my rain fly off at night so that I can look at the stars, but I'm pretty sure I would freeze to death.
Onward and upward.... Soakin up life... Freedom Train out
Song of the day
Stone cold Steve Austin- Blackbear ft. Mod Sun
Cheeseburgers in paradise- jimmy ...
... forest it was nice, and there were deers right behind us which was cool.
San francisco was really foggy! and the campsite was really far away through winding mountain roads it made me feel sick. We crossed the golden gate bridge which was cool, and we went to the Muir woods national park, home to the Giant californian red wood trees. The tallest trees in the world it was really cool.They were so big. We had to go to starbucks a couple of times so we could charge the laptop ...
... a deer leg in it's mouth!!! It just looks at us like, "I dare you to take my deer leg!" I scramble to get the camera on and it walks beside the car, looking at Art and stops behind our car. I snap a picture or two before it runs away. I added the picture of him to our photo album.
One amazing thing to us is how there are NO guard rails in the park. There are many places that if you do not turn the wheel, you drive right off the cliff. There ...
... the last 3 miles were unpaved and might be rough going (but that's what 4x4s are for!) so we didn't want to be in a hurry. We hadn't appreciated until we drove it that US-395 twists and turns up the mountain; the views were stunning with Aspen trees a brilliant yellow indicating the route of the creek/river in the valley bottom to the left and, on the other side, Mono Lake a pale blue haze with the strange tufa towers ...