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Travel Blogs from Mammoth Lakes
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Vi er nu i en by, der hedder Mammoth Lakes, som ligger 45 minutters koersel fra Yosemite nationalpark. Vores plan er at se soerne i denne by foer …
... and hostile desert rising to high snow covered mountains - takes your breath away.
Like me, you might well wonder what employment the locals find in such desolate areas. Once again, a picture tells a thousand words.
Arrived here at 2.30 and ...
... of nowhere, where we thought we saw civilisation again, we found in the middle of nowhere the US marine Corps high altitude training centre. We reached a small town, where we filled up the tank with petrol and continued on our journey until we came across Mono Lake. Looks like one of the good things about taking the Pass was we would get to see this Lake. Jase has seen a few pics of this lake before. We detoured to have a look, ...
... with our family and each other, the love, and the tears have made me a stronger person and I am so thankful for my risk taking husband.
While driving we heard a song by Zac Brown Band and I have deemed it our anthem. Here are the versus that tell you why:
“So we live out of our old van
Travel all across this land
Me and you
We'll end up hand in hand
Somewhere down on the sand
Just Me and ...
By this time, we were already sure that we would be picnicking somewhere en route rather than attempting to get to Lee Vining for lunch. We had waited 8 years to drive this road from west to east and we didn't want to rush it. Driving out of the valley, you climb through tunnels to Crane Flat and then you are on the Tioga Road. The scenery is such that you run out of adjectives and few do it justice. In addition to ...