Cardinal Village Resort
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... themed base dishes we are cooking hotpot. Quick shop for the ingredients and it was back in the van. After a good few hours drive we eventually made it into Rachel, a town inhabited by a mere 60 people. It is absolutely huge and very much like a ghost town except for a little hotel and cafe amply names the ale-inn which I thought was amusing and it's here were we had lunch. After lunch Emily pulled up to the famous extraterrestrial highway sign were we hung up ...
... we made use of the coin-operated laundry and in the evening we pootled into town and parked up, found a little pizza place to eat in and wondered around this stereotypical Californian foothills town.
We went back to RV Park after dark and watched a film (My Cousin Vinney; Erin zonked out at the part where Mona Lisa Veto tells Vinney she got stiffed trying to hustle $200 for bail-money).
From Bishop we planned to hit Tonopah the next day.
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 ...
... said if he fixes it, we will feast like kings for breakfast. I was bummed at facing having to hike out the next morning with no warm meal beforehand. (It would turn out he got the stove running in the morning though)
Then I faced my third and final night of insomnia. However, I did sleep longer this night than any of the others. Overnight, I got my period in full force, I would find out in the morning. But it was all worth it in order to see the amazing Hungry Packer Lake basin today!