El Rancho Motel
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... 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 ...
... were completely stripped bare; we wondered how long it would take nature to heal itself.
As we gained elevation on the Tioga Pass Road, we left the devastation behind and were greeted by wildflowers sprinkled along the road. By now, we had all grown hungry and each of us was eyeing the cooler for the sandwiches we had bought along the way. We finally arrived at Tenaya Lake around 1:30pm and found a nice shady parking spot for the hounds while we ate ...
After getting in pretty late after huge day of driving mostly on kens behalf, we decided that we would just hang out in our room til kickout time. Ken had a snooze after brekky,I think he has whatever it was I had yesterday. Just felt like rubbish. It was good to have a spell. Brekky was finally good, except for the undercooked ...
Will and I nearly didn't wake up this morning and after several texts from mum, and dad banging on their adjacent bathroom wall to try to get some sense out of us, they went to breakfast without us. We woke up a short while later (the wall-banging was rather effective) and got dressed and packed to leave. As we set off, we stopped at the bakery round the corner where mum and dad had had breakfast and grabbed a couple of bits to go. I had ...
... tossing and turning, fighting with my air pillow and claustrophobic sleeping bag that felt like a furnace.
But also, I had the chance to see this amazing granite basin that I had seen pictures of and knew was amazing. Due to the difficulty of the trail, I doubted I would ever come back again. It is too hard for a backpack I felt, and it is too long and hard of a trail for a day hike. If I wanted to day hike this trail, it would be 13 miles round trip, and that would not allow ...