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Left Yosemite after watching grizzly bear with two cubs from window of motel room.
Tioga pass was open and was fantastic.
We have attempted to cross this pass on 3 occasions each time the snow was still not cleared from the road in June and July, it was worth the wait. Today the weather was warm and a clear blue alpine sky …
... didn’t find any gold lying about. Never mind though, we were on the road to Vegas and so would strike it rich soon enough, I’m sure.
Ziemlich weit oben auf Bobbys to-do-Liste für Amerika stand die Besichtigung einer Geisterstadt. Er hat also verschiedene "Ghost towns" auf unserer Karte markiert und die Wahl fiel schließlich auf Bodie in Kalifornien, nordöstlich von Yosemite National ...
We had selected Paradise Shores campground because of its location. It is close to Yosemite as well to the ghost town - Bodie. This was just around a 20 mile trip to Bodie.
Bodie started out with the discovery of Gold in 1859. By 1879 it was a town of 10,000 running rampant with crime and boasting 65 saloons.
A mine was built to reach the ore in the hills of Bodie. Both gold and ...
... share of mile after mile of hair-pin turns and switch-back roads.
There is no picture that can do justice of beauty that is within this park and I know we didn't cover nearly all the Yosemite park has to offer. It's hard to pick a favorite but I enjoyed views into Yosemite Valley however, Mariposa Grove with the giant sequoias and the fragrant forest would be my top pick.
... Park, just east of here and up another 1000ft. Bodie was your quintessential wild west gold-rush town, established in 1859, exploding in a gold rush in 1879, experiencing its heyday in the 1880s, until it was totally abandoned by the outbreak of World War II. The remains of the town now stand, empty and ghost-like, in a state of 'arrested decay', high on the Sierra, scorched by the sun in summer, buffeted by the mountain winds, and frozen under snow and ...