Vagabond Inn Bishop
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... ing! After tea we waited until it was dark, and Chris had a surprise for us. We got in the van and drove down the road, pulled into a side road and into the darkness, he put Indiana Jones on the radio and turned off the lights (but not for long as we’d of ended up in the hedge). We pulled up in the darkness and there was a hot-spring by the side of the ...
8:30 am on the road.... blue, cloudless skies... within a few miles we hit 5000 and, shortly after, 6000 feet. Temperature changes bigtime-- 9 degrees at the scenic view to look back towards Bishop (5000 feet or higher) ; -5 degrees at Crowley's Lake shortly after Sherwin Summit (some 7000 feet.
Passing Mammoth Lakes turn off we wander the divided highway through ...
... 20 mins and 60 dollars) we took a drive out and were not disappointed with the views. After driving a couple of the routes the girl from the visitor centre had suggested I looked at the map and made my own suggestion to Pete for a different way to get back to Bishop (gotta love a round trip!) that would take us past a stream and some boulders, we swapped so I was driving and headed off, after 20 mins or so we went over a cattle grid and the previously paved ...
... beautiful pictures of this lake)
After a while, we decided to leave so we could make it back to camp at a good time. I had wanted to try and find a lake called Moonlight Lake and find a waterfall called Moonlight Falls on the way back.
We looked at the map and tried to guess how to get to Moonlight Lake since there was not a trail. The terrain wasn't steep so we just walked over to where we thought it was. There was a huge boulder field in the way though, but we ...
After spending a night under the stars having insomnia, I started to eventually see less stars in the sky, and more green color in the bushes around me. I realized that light was slowly coming. I was thankful because I was tired of just laying there trying to sleep. I did fall asleep though at some point for a couple hours. But I was up to see the light slowly come. I saw my Dad rustling, and saw that he was up. I asked him what time it was and he said 5:15am. We decided to get up and ...