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Travel Blogs from Mammoth Lakes
Up we went out of reds meadow. Every step feeling like an 8 hour work day. The sun blazed and I was slightly regretting not mailing a box of food ahead on the trail like the rest of the group had. While everyone was carrying 5 days of food, I had 15 days worth. I had all the food I would need for the rest of the trip, and I was about to lug it another 150 miles up to the top of Mt. Whitney.
Thoughts crossed my head of the ...
... my friends that I won't be riding for the weekend (gotta keep the eye on the prize - BC baby). They are less than thrilled. Vinny sucks.
Nevertheless the next couple of days are a lot of fun, even with no MTB. Beer, beer, beer. Oh yeah, beer. I was also able to drop both bikes off at Footloose Sports in Mammoth to get their suspension dialed. They are mint by the time we head out of town!
... it. After that, we drove to the twin peaks to see the city during the daytime. After that we drove out of San Francisco on the bay bridge. It's just as massive as the golden gate bridge and on top of that it had two decks. On our drive out, we drove by the giants stadium and the piers going along the bay. We also drove by an original clock/building that survived the great fire. On our way to Yosemite, we stopped to eat and get gas. That was ...
... view from the top of a huge dome polished.
We admire another angle Half Dome. Then we follow Tanaya Lake.
The sun is shining but the snow near a reminder that we are atabout 3000 m above sea level.
DEVILS POSTPILE NATIONAL MONUMENT à Mammoth Lakes
Nous ressortons du Yosemite Park au niveau de Mono Lake ...
... I had just spent the night out alone, in the bed of my truck, off a country road or in national forest land.
Near the bottom of the pass, just a few miles short of Mono Lake, I saw signs for a national forest campground. $15 a night. For what, exactly? A parking spot, a flat spot to pitch a tent, and a pit toilet. And if you're lucky, a huge barrel of potable water. Really? Five years ...