Walker River Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... the Obsidian Dome nearby, which was pretty much as the name suggests. A large pile of Obsidian rocks. Many were impure as most likely, the best had been taken by tourists such as ourselves. Supposedly Obsidian is the sharpest rock in the world as the point can end at a single atom. There was also pumice in the same area, all remains of volcanic activity.
After this our next stop was Mono Lake. A salt lake which has been greatly affected by LA draining the water which ...
... Lots of scrub oak. pinion pine and sagebrush. Passing alkaline Mono Lake, we stopped to take pictures of the famous calcite formations rising out of the shallows. We traveled north towards Reno, planning to stop early and enjoy a peaceful afternoon. A call to the local forest service office lead us to Chris Flats campground. As it was still early we weren’t sure if we would stay or not and drove in to check it out. As we ...
... and the worn timber of the remaining buildings, which stand as a piece of frozen history, telling tales of times past. While we are often in places of historical significance, I think the state of Bodie, preserved in time, is very powerful. The ghosts of Bodie certainly haunt that stretch of the Sierra... if only in the imaginations of those who visit... Phoebe's favourite thing today: playing by the lake Blake's favourite thing today: playing by the ...
... high above the current water level. The islands on Mono Lake are also an important nesting place for California's sea gull population. Gulls migrate to Mono from all over the state as it is a safe haven for nesting, and excellent feeding ground. The lake is home to a couple of endemic species that have adapted to its harsh conditions: alkali flies hatch in the shallow briny waters, and feed on the shoreline, and brine shrimp have also evolved to ...
... eye-ball popping loop-de-loops. I hardly had time to wonder if I was going to survive this ride when we were thrown into a vicious curve, turned upside down and accelerated into another curve going the other direction. I was holding on for dear life while Ilya had his hands in the air, enjoying every second of being shaked, rattled and rolled. I got off the coaster a little noodle-legged, to the applause and laughter of some of the kids in the crowd ...