La Quinta Inn Tehachapi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... were able to handle and match the good old British banter.
I had been looking forward to this visit for some time, and when we awoke this morning I could not help but think that we should have just planned to stay another couple of days on the ranch, and then take the short 2 hour trip down to Los Angeles for a flight home. As it is, we had planned the longer route up to Yosemite National park and then over to San Francisco. So with much sadness ...
... got my official trail name today. It is... Mr. Blister... Yes, you read correctly. Trail names are a part of trail life. You meet many new people out here and it is fun and effective to have something unique and special to call them by. Every new long distance hiker hopes to pick up a badass trail name. I laughed all day at my name. To be honest I like it. I'm laying in my sleeping bag laughing about it right now. Everyone I told my name too so far just laughed at me. What can ...
... Boat and when it came down to the bottom there was a big massive splash and best of all you can get wet from the big splash. Our hotel was awesome. There was a surprise pack in the room with a book one lego brick and a mini figure. I used my own money to buy two lego sets a big one and a medium one. After two days we flew from San Diego all the way to Las Vegas. We went to the big dam which was called ...
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... goal for the short day, we walk in the dark and see a campfire in the near distance. We walk over and are invited by "The Hiking Poles," a Polish couple who hiked the PCT in 2007, to share their fire. Aah, a warm fire, warm food, and warm company -- a nice way to polish off the day!
Day 88: In the morning, we take on Forester Pass, standing at 13,200 ft and is the highest point of the PCT. We are well acclimated ...