Inn at Sugar Bowl
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... a formidable defence and had already claimed one of Dylan's cars ("silver car"). We are both very proud, and a little achy. Lunch on the deck of a lake front restaurant, followed by the obligatory nap and chill back at the gingerbread house rounded off a nice morning of doing very little. Our afternoon followed this chilled-out vibe with a stroll through Kings Beach town (i.e. 10 shops, one high street) accompanied by a genuinely world-class ice cream. Life is ...
... feast. And it is worth it - the lamb is truly delicious, and it feels so good to enjoy a proper meal with real food after a few days of super noodles and camping food.
There are a few other people also planning to hike to Skogar the following day - an American girl and a couple of German guys. The weather forecast for tomorrow is not great but not terrible, but is a lot worse for the day after. So we resolve to complete the hike in one long day. It will be tiring but possible.
... Wet Woody, a potent alcoholic slushee with a near-lethal dose of Bacardi 151 floater. Jenn and Ange giggled at the names of the other cocktails, particularly the 18-year-old Woody and Black Strap-On Top, before they called it a night, but not before birthday cake. Craving one last fix, the family reunited at the Old P.O. for more breakfast goodness before the goodbyes were said and the Mom-mobile was back on the road heading south to Yosemite National ...
... early, got set set up and relaxed with the Drury's. Val Vista RV park is a city in itself. Many snowbirds stay the season in park models that they own or in motor homes. The Classes and hobby groups are every day and for everyone: Spanish, scrapbooking, card stamping, geocaching, wood working, line dancing, china painting, stained glass, needlework, every card game known to man, just to name a few! Except to buy groceries there is no reason to leave the park. Well golf ...
... br> Scott
Our group is a compilation of extremely experience to relatively non-experienced backpackers. Tim has completed the 200+ mile John Muir Travel twice and Matt just loaded up on his first backpacking backpack. The variance in experience will make for a great trip with learning opportunities at every turn!
Wednesday morning's hike started off beautifully. The sun was out and the temperature was in the 70s. ...