Travelodge Mammoth Lakes
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... of Downtown with great enthusiasm - I was looking forward to the lovely cruisey trail we had seen people riding on our way up (other people shuttled up in cars!). But the trail marking were limited and somewhere near the maintenance garage we took a right when we should have gone left. The gopro footage does not do it justice, but it turns out were were on Shotgun - a black diamond run, and it was steep and technical, fun in ...
... our bags our hosts took us on a tour of the wooded land that surrounds Mammoth. The fantasic structure in the background is Devil's Postpile.
We're here for two days. Really looking forward to vegging with the guys.
Feeling mellow. Might blog tomorrow.
... Mansions, walk down Hollywood Boulevard where the film stars names are inlaid in
the pavement, saw the Hollywood Sign, Sunset Strip and Rodeo Drive where all the rich people shop. Oh such oppulence
4. Another trip by bus back to hollywood. Love observing the people behaving as people do. Some very strange souls, blacks, whites, mexicans. A very eclectic cosmopolitan city.
Strange things like ...
... were turnouts, as the Americans call it, which is a stretch of road you can pull over to, however on this pass, they were tiny and on the side of the road that will potentially plummet you down to the bottom of the mountains! One false move and its over red rover. Its a shame we didn't get any pics, but we both wanted to get off the pass as quickly as we got on it.
Eventually we started to feel a little more sane and safe. In ...
... 20 to enter the park and the pass lasted 7 days, we thought that was pretty cheap. On the way into the park (it is that big that once you enter you still have a fairly long drive to where you camp!) you drive through some of the most amazing and breath taking scenery. Vast mountains covered in forests and in parts snow and ice, waterfalls crashing over the tops, twisty and turny roads that climb and then drop. We really did feel so very tiny in comparison ...