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We went to Peg's for breakfast this morning. It's been voted the best breakfast place for 10 years in a row. Delicious vegetarian eggs Benny. We drove to Lake Tahoe today to have a look around. I think it's been about 15 years since we have been there. The last time was with Susan and Dennis. The lake looks nice it's pretty quiet this time of year. Checked out the Atlantis casino when we got back ...
... again going over some pretty high passes. It was a little scary but the road was good and in spite of the threats of chains it didn't happen. We did follow a snow plow for a while. When we got to Lee Vining there was about a foot of snow on the roofs of houses! We stopped for breakfast and the waitress said this was very unusual for May. By the time we ate it ...
... get back to the PCT junction.
12.5 miles (801.5)
Glen pass (11900ft)
We summited and descended Glenn Pass. This descent was much more dangerous and steep than anything we have encountered yet. At least we had some previous experience at this point and knew how to handle things. We started up the next mountain to get an early run at the next pass in the morning.
12 miles (813.5)
The big climb today was Pinchot pass (12100ft). ...
... most beautiful places I have ever seen. I swam in Lake Tahoe and spent a few hours on the beach before heading back for a swim in the hotel pool. we tested out our underwater camera.
Dinner at the hard rock cafe was delicious, they had they best chocolate mousse.
Definitely worth another visit in the future.
Before we started our drive down to Yosemite, we stopped at Emerald bay, we could see the whole lake, it was beautiful ...
... only 4 blocks a, b, c and d (isolation) and the cells themselves are tiny at only 5 x 9 foot each - you could imagine how horrible it would have been and hearing the prisoners talking through the headphones about being there is so eery!! Knowing that we were walking in the rooms that they had been in along with people like Al Capone and the bird man give you shivers down your spine and even more so standing in solitary with your eyes closed listening to a man ...