Econo Lodge Wildwood Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to the lowest point in the America's. The terrain again changed from Mammoth Lakes pine trees to rocky deserts. There were a few viewpoints en route that we stopped at for a short time. We finally made it to Death Valley and it was quite an interesting place to be honest. It was extremely dry and there were many signs through the park that said sea level, but I already had some of these from Israel, which has the lowest spot ...
... Brandon and Katy, who would arrive the next day. I chatted with a couple of Pacific Crest Trail hikers heading to Canada from Mexico in the small lawn out of the country store situated in the woods. Taking their advice I boarded a free shuttle with a large group of PCT hikers, and Devil's Postpile day trippers into Mammoth Lakes. The fumes emitted from combined weeks of grueling hikes and wilderness living had ...
... from the outside or their interiors by peaking through the windows.
It’s at an elevation of 8,375 feet and can only be reached by a road of sorts. The terrain is very rocky and so is the road. It has potholes, and large rocks embedded in the road bed. Going 10 mph was too fast for the last 7 miles. One really has to want to go there to drive the road. But there were a lot of people who did. It was interesting to see the way people lived ...
... with a few Margaritas! The walk back down to the RV was shortened by a a couple of stops at the locals and a light dinner in Slocums (3 starters and one main course between all four of us was more than enough, even Mr Slee was full) We're off up the mountain today and even though the snow has gone for the most part, we going to check out the views.....Watch this space, more to ...
Last night we all we constantly woken up by strong gusts of winds almost blowing the tent over. Even with the wind, we got a decent amount of sleep. This morning we woke up, ate breakfast, and headed off to the trailhead of the north dome. Our original intention was to hike up half dome, but we didn't get the permit. We applied in February and every day we could while we were in the park. Our luck may come to us when we try to get the subway. The trail was ...