Econo Lodge Wildwood Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... is better to put Malibu, and then Los Angeles. Anyway we parked at Universal city. After a short rest, we went to the City Walk at Universal Studio. It was late, so we did not get much time, since restaurants were on the verge of closing. We grabbed some food and ...
... with avalanche lines coming down.
The hardest pass to cross was most definitely Muir pass. Socked in with at least Knee to waist Deep snow on both sides we post holed I way up slowly going less than a mile an hour. When we finally got to the top the sun was on the decline and a storm clouds were rolling in once again. We stay that night, all six thruhikers, in a musty rock shelter, atop the 12,000ft pass, built in the 1930s by the Sierra club.
From Las Vegas to Mammoth Lakes the drive went from scrubby desert (which we were getting a bit weary of at this point) over the Eastern High Sierra, all snow capped mountains and winding roads. It was at this point that Ian decided to let me drive; a mistake he regretted because the moment I had control of a huge, powerful Mustang the roads all of a sudden went from dead straight with nothing in front or behind for miles to hairpin bends up and ...
... I ate when I was in town, and the pita pit right before hand. The free trolley rides, and that there was a free reggae fest this upcoming weekend. Slowly but surly I climbed my way out of the trap of the city and back into the mountains.
Though if was a short day, I sat down exhausted for awhile before, cooking up a huge dinner and watching the nights entertainment unfold. Across from me Alan and Oriana were having a ...
... and chirped, but the adult bird ignored it. We watched it hop around and chirp. We decided that it either fell out of the nest or was pushed. Barbara got up to go in the trailer and the little bird hopped up in her chair. It proceeded to chirp at Jim, who had no worm for it. Finally, it hopped down and then flew off, but only about 2’ off the ground for about 25’. Hope ...