La Quinta Inn Bishop - Mammoth Lakes
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room is quite clean, very near to a LOVELY park and many food choices. Pet friendly too!
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After weeks of pre-planning and a whole day of packing up the Sequoia, its finally time to hit the road on our epic summer trip which will take us to ten national parks across the western US over the next month and a half.
We set out at 8:15am just in time to catch the last bit of the morning commute. For the most part, we were travelling …
... right I couldn't help thinking of my friend Ashley Boren, who hiked the John Muir trail a few years back in celebration of her 50th year. What a spectacular trip that must of have been.
We checked into a hotel in Bishop around noon, unloaded our gear, took in the England v. Uruguay soccer game (what a disappointment for the Brits), while we ate lunch. We then headed up to the Bristlecone Pines in the mountains to the east of Bishop. It's a ...
... loads we didn't lose much either - the best perk about gambling in Vegas are the free flowing drinks (you can never have too many rum and cokes). Some of you may know that I have always wanted to get married in The Little White Chapel in Vegas, yes it's tacky, cheesy, extremely commercialised and you probably couldn't get more opposite from an Indian wedding if you tried, but it's what I've always wanted and after very little convincing Sunny was well up ...
Just a quick entry we are over 10 k deep in the ancient bristolcone pine forest in the middle of nowhere. We have about 35 miles to drive thru the desert to a town eith gas and we have about 36 miles worth in the tank! We are cutting it close but this is important. We ...
... flowing to contrast the white and light gray granite.
We were completely surrounded by granite mountains that looked carved. It felt like we had entered a different world. I was so blown away. All I could say was "Wow" over and over.
Then we finally made it to the end destination: Hungry Packer Lake. Wow!!! There were some people there, but they were in another area and were being quiet. Dad and I ate lunch there. I took several pictures, and even set up my ...