1929 Hotel Seville
Travel Blogs from Harrison
**Sleep System & Shelter**
-Tent- Go-lite Imogene 2 w/ footprint - 38oz
-Sleeping Pad- Thermarest Prolite 3 - 16oz
-Sleeping Bag- Montbell Spridal Down 0* - 59oz
-Bag Liner- Sea to Summit Silk Liner - 4oz
Total - 7lb 5oz
**Clothing and Rain Gear**
-Rain Gear- Sea to Summit Ultrasil Poncho - 14oz
-Gloves and Cap- Sirius Gloves, Chaos Beanie - 5 oz
... br> 2/15/14
Day 5: 12.5 miles - 2000ft of elevation gain
Camped just past mile marker 66
Day 6: 13 miles
Camped at Hignite Hollow
Day 7: 15 miles
Camped at Lick Creek - This campsite was easily the best campsite of the whole trip. Pristine pools of water flowed right by the campsite. We made camp with an hour of sunlight left. A campfire was made, and with it our spirits lifted.
We are at Susie's and will be staying here until next week and we have decided to go to Death Valley next week. We have never been there and the weather is pretty decent this time of year. We are learning to relax as we keep telling ourselves that we are in no hurry. Dad and I did go down to the ocean yesterday, it never seems to lose its beauty no matter how many times I've seen it. We'll I'll write again after Death Valley Love to you ...
Our plans for today was just to go out for a good meal and shop. We accomplished both. We had steak and lobster at Outback, yum! Last time we will do that in maybe forever but it was a good choice as the dinner theater we were going to go to had food I couldn't eat anyway. Didn't buy anything but had ...
We packed up camp, then went and found our first geo cache for the day. Which was on the way to a lookout to the river so we headed down to take a look and snap a few pictures. There was a lot of fisherman out in the river. Then we were on our way for the day. We stopped and looked at the dam on our way out, we had crossed over it at night when we came in but couldn't see anything. Then stopped at a store in the first town ...