Mammoth Creek Inn
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... there. There was a scenic loop that took us into Mammoth Lakes the long way. Again, we were back into the pine forest with lakes. This town seemed to have the same layout as Tahoe. The lakes were amazing, but a lot smaller, but I think a lot more lakes here. There were cabins everywhere for rent and the town had some real charm behind it. The ski resorts were everywhere. Even at this time of year, it was quite cold and very ...
... into lower elevations where the conifer groves become even more massive. I heard "eerks" ,"eeks", "cricks", and "croaks" exclaimed among the woods as the wind blew two particular trees into audible organisms. The living tree held up its dead comrade from the decay and rot of the forest floor that waited patiently below. The living leaned into the weight of the dead.The two trees vibrated out one of nature's many songs. ...
... Death Valley, apparently (according to Claire's weather app) it's 37 degrees in the day and 21 degrees at night, ohhhhh heaven! Stovepipe Wells, here we come, get the pool ready, we're on our way! As we'll be in Death Valley, the signal is likely to be poor to non-existent, so we probably won't be able to update tomorrow but we'll update the day after once we reach Vegas (yeah baby) to fill you all ...
We have now moved into our new little home for a week. It is an apartment in Silverlake situated behind a persons home. The owners have two apartments and we have access to a BBQ and patio overlooking the city. Now these views mean we are in serious hilll territory which must be keeping us fit. The street is tree lined and I am getting a great deal of pleasure walking around observing the very spanish ...
... is 4.6 miles one way. It took us about two and a half hours to hike up, and the views were spectacular! At the top, we could see half done. Hopefully we will get the permit to hike it. At the top, people were being complete idiots by taking pictures on rocks that were passed the railings. It makes me nervous because if they slip they will die. I guess that's just natural selection at its finest. At the top, we were ...