Cardinal Village Resort
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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 ...
We packed up early on Tuesday morning with a plan to cross the state line and get to Tonopah, Nevada. There is an RV park there - just a car park really but I thought it would be a realistic target.
Travelling through the rest of Yosemite was amazing; and we climbed to nearly 10,000 ft in the process. We stopped at one little scenic spot. The strato and alto cumulus clouds that normally look so high in the sky looked strangely close to us - freaky. ...
After Mt. Whitney, we headed to Convict Lake, not too far north on Hwy. 395. Dan's old boss was staying here during the week and told us to stop by. We're glad he did because it was gorgeous! Unfortunately, he had already left when we got there. We still camped there and tried to recover from Whitney. Our legs were pretty sore and jello-like. We didn't do any hiking but did walk around part of the lake. Headed to Mammoth Lakes next!
... shirt wall/fence.
11:52 am crossed into Nevada at Topaz Lake
1:45 pm after stop at Carson Valley Casino for lunch and a little gambling - 395 to 88 to 207 (Lake Tahoe). We decide to drive around Lake Tahoe-- something else we've considered but never done. 9% grade for 2 miles-- lake comes into sight -- 11 degrees.
Left on 50 towards South Lake ...
... a disused gold mine and a waterfall. It was little more than a miles walk but it was pretty soggy going with all the snow on the ground, extremely beautiful and we had the place entirely to ourselves. Gorgeous. Back in Bishop we had a coffee pit stop and called in at the visitor centre to check about the road through Yosemite - at last some luck, the snow has cleared so the pass ...