Auberge Residences at Mammoth
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... came the second run. On the way down the intermediate slopes which were very technical for someone who had never even mountain biked before Bushell stopped to ask a guy which was the best way down. He said the expert double black diamond run was the best and if we took out time we would be fine. Let's just say if I could have closed my eyes the whole way I would have. It was terrifying and hard work. All I remember is flying round a tight bend then hitting a bump that propelled me and ...
Lazy day Tuesday we rose to find there was heavy snow throughout the night covering our resort in snow. Lazing around in bed for a few hours we decided it was time for breakfast. Mark went out hunting and gathering to bring Bec back some tasty breakfast in bed. I had French toast, scrambled eggs and bacon. Bec had porridge. After breakfast mark hit the gym then came back to drag Bec out of bed and take her to the pool. We swam around in the pool for a while and relaxed in the hot ...
... life of us, we could not find the little bugger again..
That evening, not much to do expect, you guessed, crack open a few beers. We did try for some food, but it was so disgusting that it's not even worth mentioning here.. So, Mammoth Lakes was a little disappointing, albeit very pretty and would be good if we were hikers, and Yosemite was great, but we couldn't help but compare it to other national parks that we had visited.
... are the calcium carbonate tufa that form in the lake. With the appearance of drip-sand castles, the tufa form under the surface of the lake, as calcium from subterranean springs bubbles up and mixes with the carbonate in the alkaline waters. Over the years, the level of the lake has dropped as the streams that fed it have been diverted as water supplies to towns and cities as far away as Los Angeles. As a result, many of the tufa now ...
... our path we met a deer. The deer was hiding behind some bushes, checking out if it was safe to come out. It eventually did, until Jase made a sound and it ran off. The limestone coming out of the lakes were quite interesting. Upon visiting the lake, I had a quick look at some history and found the limestone or Tufas as they are called, only surfaced after LA diverted water from the lake for their watering needs.
We continued ...