Holiday Inn Express Bishop
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It was minus 4 degrees when we awoke to get ready for our canyon mission, and I rummaged through my belongings to find a 'keep this South African alive' walking outfit :). I found a coffee on route and Teala kindly took us up into the reserve. The Bright Angel Path had a fair bit of traffic by 8:00am and I'm not just speaking about humans. We had to negotiate 2 different caravans of mules carrying people doing outrides, and also supplies for a station down ...
... I was careful not to get crumbs on the ground, to respect someone else that wants to use that campsite after us (you are supposed to have your kitchen a certain distance away from your camp when you are backpacking to protect your campsite from bears).
We worked together to prepare our meals. We had Texas BBQ chicken with beans, mashed potatoes with veggie baco bits, and raspberry cobbler. All were in pouches where we just added boiling water, stirred, ...
... huge shooting star. This was the time of the Perseids Meteor Shower. We had already seen a few white streaks already. But this was a huge circle, about 20 to 30 times bigger than the other white streak shooting stars we had seen before. The colors were white, black, and red. I don't remember which color went where. But I think it was a big red circle with a large white star in the center, then a white or red very thick trail. I raised up out of my sleeping bag and ...
Bishop is not a very large town, but really is a hot spot for everything outdoors: fishing, climbing, mountain biking, running, skiing, off roading, hiking, etc. We afforded ourselves 4 nights in Bishop. Although this is the longest that we've stayed in one place, we decided to only get stuck into 2 crags: the Buttermilks and the Happy boulders. Both are big enough to keep you occupied for weeks, let alone a couple of days each. Like the rest of the bouldering we've ...
Tim on the East Buttress of Mt Whitney
Mt Whitney mountainscape - L -> R: Day Needle, Keeler Needle, Mt Whitney
Tim playing air guitar near the ...