Days Inn Bishop
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Small town. Nice large rooms.
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... looked, the views were amazing. Water is flowing every where you turn. Dropping to 8500 ft meant that we had to climb 3600ft to 12,100 ft high Pinchot Pass in the next 7 or so miles. It seemed gradual but this part kicked everyone's ass. What really was difficult about to this section was that it would climb than drop a little many ...
... in winter. On route we passed through a quaint 'cowboy' town at the foot of the tallest mountain in the USA, Mt. Whitney. I was surprised by joy today. Joy which I found in a place of wonder and endless stories, and on the back of a large Vegas experience ushered in by a trail through the Grand Canyon....I feel like a storm tore through the desert with me in it. I am off to sleep with a smile inside, feeling somewhat humbled and thankful for my blessings. ...
... We continued to plod long the 120 and the landscape got rocky - we had a treat at one vantage point where we could look back to Half Dome in the distance. In the back of mind was "this is really high - it must be a very long gentle descent".
Well hardy har har - just when we thought all the scary roads were done we hit Tioga Pass (closed winters) - oh bugger. While it was only two bends they both might well have been on top of Mount flipping Doom! ...
... We then continued our journey over the mountain range and saw a whole range of landscapes, from lush green forest through to sparse rocky mountain tops that looked like something you'd seen on Mars!!! Finally we arrived at Bishop, but before checking in to our Holiday Inn, we went to a typical American non-chain BBQ restaurant. Although it was order at the counter ...
... trip on the way home. We both agreed it was a successful trip! It was mission accomplished, but in a different way than I had planned. The trip I had planned was not physically possible for us, but I didn't know that. But despite the change in plans, we still accomplished the goals I wanted to and saw everything I wanted, just in a way that was possible for us.
Thanks Dad for all you did and went through so I could have this trip!