Vagabond Inn Bishop
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... when a logging truck overturned on a stretch of one lane traffic up ahead! As we continued to the summit of 9200 ft. we encountered a light snow storm which made the going a little more tricky! The Pass was closed to traffic shortly after we made it over. But it was beautiful!!
Beautiful mountain vistas, clear sparkling mountain lakes & then into Bishop - a welcome site!
Spent out 1st night there in Brown's Town Campground outside the ...
... third day we opted for resting. We ate brunch at the diner, checked out local art galleries in town (Ben loves scoping out paintings), and then checked out the Ancient Bristlecone National Forest which has one the oldest living tree in the world, 4765 years old (Methuselah). Wow! The more I learn about plants, the more I feel plants are just AMAZING!!
We'll be posting soon of our adventures in Yosemite next. Pictures will be coming soon (sorry Greg!) Cheers!
... been there you know....
We had pastrami sandwiches and other delicacies.
We enjoyed each other's company...Me, my lovely Patricia, and good friends Beth and Paul Salyers.
See the photos, and you'll get the idea, then come WITH us next time!!
Trey and Patricia
... this is quite seedy. We checked in after getting a upgrade in the Cosmopolitan Hotel (this marriage lark definitely pays off). The room was seriously out of this world and our balcony overlooked the Bellagio fountains and Caesars Palace as well as the rest of the Southern strip. Vegas is like one huge adult playground where food, gambling, drinking, shopping and clubbing is available 24/7, the sky's the limit here. We spent 4 nights in Vegas and ...
... to the UK. As we crept higher up into the mountains we saw more and more snow and when we got out there was plenty underfoot, despite it being t-shirt weather in the sunshine. One of the places we had been advised to visit was Cardinal Village Resort, we had been told to ask for the "secret map" which we duly did. It lead us through some trails to a rickety bridge over ...