Holiday Inn Express Tehachapi Hwy 58/Mill Street
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... 4: 7.5 miles to Laguna Campground (48)
Today we hit our first resupply. We picked up our food boxes from Mount Laguna Lodge. (The guy that owns this place was the rudest person I have encountered thus far.) We ate at the Pine House Cafe (Yes!) and happened on Amanda who told us her tale of starting with her father who sprained his ankle at mile 7 and had to pull out. She seemed ready to head home. We also hit up the outfitter and tweaked some small pieces of gear. ...
... Nancy works with, Stormy, joined us for an hour or so. It is owned by a Native American and to honour their ancestors a table, to one side, is laid out each evening, with a full meal.In the afternoon we drove down the road to see the famous Tehachapi Loop. This is a railway line, started in 1874, for the train to follow the contours of the hills and it circles as it rises above itself ie. the ...
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... she designed a building that shows off all the art he collected. This included 400 year old tapestries, egyptian artifacts from Moses' time, lots of art, Italian statues and loads more. He had it trucked in by the train load.
There were lots of visitors to the castle with people like Charlie Chaplin, Winston Churchill, presidents and movie stars. He did not go with tradition and sat in the middle of the table (not the head) at dinner, he invited the woman to join in the ...
... and even suggests we do an extra mile rather than set up camp with plenty of daylight left. What efficiency -- Val's turning into a real PCT hiker! 22 miles today.
Day 91: A windy morning at 10.500 ft. Today is mostly downhill to Kennedy Meadows. An hour and a half into the day, we run into cows -- 500 of them to be exact. The Black Angus beef herd is escorted up the hill by a dozen cowboys (and cowgirl). We ...