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Travel Blogs from Truckee
... happened. For a few days we saw over a 100 hot air balloons lift up into the air. And airplanes race by in groups of about 10.
We decided to go hiking early that morning. Charlie Flo cancelled his date and we both scrambled to get our weekend errands done before heading off into the woods.
The plan was to hike 25 miles of the Rim to Reno trail to the top of the 10,800 ft Mt Rose.
A half hour before our ride was scheduled to come we ...
We woke up in our fantastic hotel room that Mum had booked ages ago and we decided to have breakfast in bed,our only room service so far. It was great and everyone had a good brekky.
Then we walked through the hotel and had a look at the pool. It was an inside/outside pool which was cool. We then walked down to the lake to have a look before going back to put our swimmers on for a swim in the inside/outside ...
Our last day at Yosemite Valley after our summer camp style breakfast in the dining room we went for a walk to the bridge which has a great view of the falls except there is no water at this time. We see more squirrels and lots of people bird watching and on our walk back we see a mule deer and 3 fawns who came really close.
After that we packed the van and ...
... knife on me so I felt safe.
We entered and most graves were very old along with some more recent gravestones. I have a weird fascination with old graveyards. I love walking thru them and feeling the years and generations that have passed on the same spot. Al the families and stories etc. I feel as thoug most of us are forgotten in time forever...our place here on this planet forgotten like we never existed. Sadly this is how I ...
Today was the hardest and most rewarding day of the trip. I know it has only been four days, but I'm fairly confident it will be hard to beat for a good while longer. We climbed all day long, from Auburn at 1500' to Truckee at 6000', over a 7000' pass. It was difficult - extremely difficult - to do almost 9000 feet of total climbing in one day while also covering 75 miles, but I couldn't have asked for a better experience doing it.