Cardinal Village Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... The Tin Lizzie, is located. It's cute as can be and we have a little cottage with a downstairs living area with a fireplace and a very pretty bed & bath upstairs. Oh, the temperature at Glacier Point was 56 degrees, exactly half of what it was in Death Valley yesterday. We even got our jackets out. The only disappointment of the day was Bridalveil Fall which had almost no water coming over it. ...
Wednesday, June 10, 2015. PCT day 52. Miles 845.8-859. What a day. It has been raining mostly all day. It rained intermittently overnight and I woke up to rain showers as well. I was almost tempted to take an on trail zero today with this rain, but the rain subsided for about an hour this morning, and I decided to move along. I packed up and left camp by 8:30 am. It began to rain hard as I was leaving. I was a little concerned about ...
... in, and both Jen and I, feeling worse for ware peeled ourselves out of our beds and started up the engines for another day of adventure. I found a Starbucks before hitting the road (tick), and then we set off from Vegas (Arizona) to Death Valley National Park (Nevada and California). I wasn't sure what to expect as I had really thought too much past the Grand Canton and Vegas, but OH my word, did it knock my socks off! The national park is the largest ...
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!
... and I took short naps while the kids played games on their tablets. D and A walked to a bakery just down the street and bought us some yummy desserts. Who needs dinner first? D took the kids to a park across the street to burn off a little energy before going to dinner at
The Back Alley Bowl and Grill. (D says that San Jose needs parks like this one!)
Some interesting fun facts for the day:
Miles driven 303
Max elevation 9945ft at Tioga Pass