Lake View Lodge
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Very rundown, look for something nicer. The older gentleman at the desk spoke very little English.
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... that wasn't dried up from the summer. Then we hit the road for Lake Tahoe, where we'll be sleeping tonight. There are the most beautiful sights on this drive but I don't think my pictures really encompass the true beauty. But photos never really do. You have to be there to really see it. And trust me, it's been ...
... so the Sheriff had no trouble shining his torch in on us. Rob rose and greeted the friendly local law enforcers in his undies. Sherriff asked what we were doing, despite the obvious. Then he wished us a pleasant night and left us to it!
The next day was clearer and we got good views of the huge and beautiful lake. We drove slightly further south to Spooner Lake where Rob and Phoenix hired mountain bikes for the day. Rob took off on the 15 mile Flume Trail, it looked ...
We are staying at an RV park right off of Mono Lake just over the California border, and 0.2 miles from a cool little tourist town in Lee Vining, CA. Watching the US soccer game in the RV at the moment.....Sheila is running (shocking)....and we will head to town for dinner a little later.
On to Yosemite tomorrow....only 85 miles.
... and greenery above it, very pretty. This was enough activity for us, and we felt like we had done most of it, as a lot of the parks can begin to feel a bit samey samey, so we moved on that afternoon to get over to Sacramento, which was one of our last long drives on the west coast! P.S I hope you enjoyed the title of this post as much as I did when writing it... And it goes out to the Thorpe brothers, good luck Saturday! More photos to follow, ...
... facts about the farming industry in that area, California produces more oranges than Florida per year. The strawberry season is 9 months long here and the state of California produces 75% of the worlds almonds. California also exports rice to China and Japan!! The commentary inside the park was just as good but the views were even better still. Our first stop was to see a grove of Giant Sequoia trees, the ...