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We stayed here for the night. It was good it a little squashy. The pool was nice but again a little small.
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... was a lovely temperature, so we spent quite a while enjoying the water as he sun set. We then had fun making light drawings using Chris's camera and the glow sticks that Brad had. It was a really great evening. We then headed back to camp and had an early night as we had a 7am wake up for our long driving day today. So we are now driving to Las Vegas, currency driving down the side of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, a lovely drive at the ...
... 50 moths in the hot pot. After tea we all headed for the natural hot spa tub for a good chill out and relax. It was lovely very warm and like a big bath I jumped straight in and enjoyed a nice glass of fireball whisky. Sat there looking up to the stars and the Milky Way I felt so happy and lucky. I also saw two shooting stars which topped the night off. As I began wrinkling up I decided it was time to hit the sack as all that driving has taken it out of me. Night ...
... local laundromat. We also researched and prepared for the following day of rock climbing.
On the second day, We ate at a little diner that served breakfast. After fueling up on a huge breakfast of biscuits and gravy, bacon, sausage, waffles, and eggs, we drove to Big Meadows Campground (past Tom's Place near Crowley Lake which has awesome food and atmosphere and is where Ben and I had few of our dinners).
We hiked about 20 minutes ...
... across the valley and Mono Lake below -- spectacular. No snow around at all. Great road, amazing vistas-- Wow! 8 degrees.
7519 feet Devil's Peak Summit -- Highway 395 changed to one lane each way somewhere north of Mono Lake but still a great road. What a good choice to travel this route home. This may just be one of the nicest roads we've travelled -- taking ...
... passing through meadows, seeing waterfalls, crossing pretty streams, we finally made it to the granite basin where I wanted to go, with the end destination being Hungry Packer Lake.
As soon as we entered the basin, I was completely blown away, I could feel that this place is very special. I was literally in Heaven. There was no one else there either when we entered the basin. We were surrounded in granite mountains that look like cathedrals to me, with beautiful blue lakes ...