Cardinal Village Resort
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... it is still the longest single stretch of highway in the USA, although some areas are not as well preserved as others. It was simply fantastic driving through miles of arid land, with small 'koppies' dotted about, large desert mountains, and low lying dry shrubbery sprawled for as far as the eye could see. Before entering Vegas, we passed the Hoover Dam, the USA's largest dam which captures water from the Colorado River which finds its origin in the ...
... of a cold. After spending a while walking around these amazing trees we came back down and went along a very bumpy and unmade road, part of which was made of soft sand, which I have also heard is not good for driving on. We followed this to a dry lake basin, which is pretty spectacular for walking along.
After this we made our way to a campsite back towards Bishop so we were in a good position to set off the next day. This was much to my relief as I was feeling a little poorly.
... of everything, the offerings were incredible - Cantonese, Mexican, 2 salad bars, bread bar, Dim Sum, Italian, American, Oysters, Prawns, Clams, Soup, freshly made juices and one huge dessert buffet with everything you could possibly imagine. We spent about 3 hours here and felt ridiculously stuffed afterwards. We spent the rest of the day gambling and walking the strip to burn off our feast. In the evening I was doing some research on places to eat (we ...
... was around 40 when we were there today. As we made our way through DVNP we drove through a dust storm which was pretty eerie. We could only see one meter in front of us and could only just see the lines on the road. When we exited DVNP the Sierra Nevada mountain range was in front of us and they are huge. The highest mountain is Mt Whitney ...
... and a phone number to call.........
What the heck had we just stumbled upon.
Caleb loaded It up on top of his pack and carried it 2 days until we got phone service.
After much speculation, and knowing that the gps' were tracking us , we found out that it was a college science project.
Caleb just earned his trail name. He is now called paratunia!!!
In other news, the walking has been steady, and we have picked up 2 honorary members ...