Holiday Inn Express Bishop
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So today we began the road trip, we left San Francisco at 9.15 where it was 54 degrees Fahrenheit, and made it to Bishop at 4.30 where it was 89 degrees Fahrenheit!!! The journey was amazing, we went over the hills near San Francisco and made our way to Yosemite National Park. We decided that instead of just driving straight through, we'd take a …
... highs are around 120 degrees (f) and it seldom goes below 100 degrees (f) at night. Crazy stuff! Death Valley is also the lowest (85.5 meters BSL), driest and hottest place in the USA...so it holds a couple of records. If you enjoy the tranquility of the Karoo, you will absolutely LOVE this national park (in the winter). On the road again we travelled west toward the coastline to get to our nights resting spot, Bishop, a small town which becomes a ...
... 5 miles from our camp to the lake I wanted to see - called Hungry Packer Lake. My Dad said he would be fine with going back too - the decision was up to me.
I had things to consider. It turns out my period had pretty much started. I had a small ration of period supplies, but certainly not an ideal amount for the time we had left of the trip. Also, I had two nights of pretty bad insomnia, and staying one more night would likely mean a repeat of the previous two nights - hours on ...
... one point Alan slipped of a ********************** into the pool!!!!
When we were down we wandered back through the woods, and reboarded the river. Again Caleb an I were on all fours, but this time we were joined by Alan who had his boots in one hand under water as he crawled across. Just as we were close to the end he slipped up and into the water with his full body he went........., fun night!!!!
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... There are amazing routes all over this massive piece of rock!
On our first day, Sara, Ben and Lindsey climbed the Red Dihedral (5.10b), while Greg and Doug climbed Blow********e of the ...