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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A cold start with the sunshine struggling to break through the early morning mists. The grass outside the annexe was being foraged through by a small group of blackbird sized birds with the help of a couple of blue jays. The jays would occasionally fly up to the branches of the oak trees and wrestle acorns from the cups. If they didn't grasp them …
... 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 ...
... Honk if you Hike sticker went on the back. Found a little carpark on the eastern side about a quarter way down Lake Tahoe with panoramic views of the lake, and parked up for the night. About 10:30 as we were all snuggled in, headlights drew across the camper and a car parked behind us. Rob and I remained silent in bed, looking at each other, hoping the unwelcome presence would disappear. Unfortunately one of our bedroom blinds was a little broken and didn’t close right ...
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.
... shaped ones, and multiple waterfalls. Also you could look straight down onto Yosemite Valley, as well as the rest of the park. We then ventured around the general store as well as stopping for a few view points of the vast landscape, before returning to our site. Once again we were warned heavily of the danger of bears in particular, and we told either eat all the food you had or store it in a designated box, so we went for the first choice! "Breaking ...