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... We continued to plod long the 120 and the landscape got rocky - we had a treat at one vantage point where we could look back to Half Dome in the distance. In the back of mind was "this is really high - it must be a very long gentle descent".
Well hardy har har - just when we thought all the scary roads were done we hit Tioga Pass (closed winters) - oh bugger. While it was only two bends they both might well have been on top of Mount flipping Doom! ...
... on this part of the road to the state line shortly passed Harvey's Casino Resort. Think this area has built up a lot.
2:19pm 89 north .... no guard on my side in places and lake below-- way below. Scary with hairpin turns and down to 10mph. Right on 28 heading towards Tahoe City. At King's Beach we go left on 267 to the 80 and right on 80 -- still 31 miles to Reno.
... our camp, which was a short distance away from our sleeping camp. Using my Dad's great water filter, we filled up our water bottles for the day at the stream that drained the lake we were camping near.
We had the best camp site. Other people were camped near the lake on a large granite slab area. There were no partitions and no privacy there. Our site had no view of the lake, but we had our own little area. It was very private, and had a huge area we could use to go to ...
... can dry camp just a few meters from the crags - so we did just that, We only headed into town when we really needed to (beer), stopping at a proper camp site on only 1 of our nights.
You may have noticed that its been a few days since our last blog entry. We've just arrived in Las Vegas and this is the first time that we've had steady wifi. We were thinking about checking into a hotel on the strip, but the prices have pushed our expectations down to the only camp ...
... Also a quick photo stop at Devil's Golf Course with razor sharp salt peaks. Passed over the Pimento Mountains, the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the White Mountains. Arrived at Bishop to set up camp in almost darkness have a very late dinner, then a few of us had a dip in the hot springs a short drive away, under the stars. The atmosphere was electric. No, it really was, there was buzzing electricity wires flickering close ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Bishop
There are a number of places to stay in Bishop. We picked the Comfort Inn because it looked clean and was in a good location. We were surprised and pleased by the woman at the check in desk. She was friendly, cheerful and full of information. From just another place to stay she made us want to come back.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.