Walker River Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... 3:30pm. With still plenty of daylight to walk down to Bridgeport Reservoir, about 100 yards from our campsite.
The air temperature was around 67 degrees but the water was surprisingly warm - obviously from springs that feed into the reservoir.
Later we took a drive down to Mono Lake which has these glacier ...
... and chirped, but the adult bird ignored it. We watched it hop around and chirp. We decided that it either fell out of the nest or was pushed. Barbara got up to go in the trailer and the little bird hopped up in her chair. It proceeded to chirp at Jim, who had no worm for it. Finally, it hopped down and then flew off, but only about 2’ off the ground for about 25’. Hope ...
... tossing and mud-digging and stick-floating. Honestly, we could have just headed over to Mum and Dad's place and camped out by the creek out the back, and Phoebe and Blake would have been just as happy tossing stuff into the water for three weeks... but then there wouldn't have been deer, would there? We had a pretty relaxing morning bumming around the cabin and singing "Do, Re, Mi" to the local fauna, then took a half-hour drive out to Bodie ...
... after shop. In Haifa we visited the old port with it's sea walls breaking the waves, and took the tram up to the Carmel Heights, enjoying the lights and views.
In Jerusalem we wandered through the crowded, narrow, stone streets of the four quarters of Old Jerusalem with their colorful bazaars full of copper pots, jewelry and trinkets, prayed at the Wall, which brought unexpected tears to my eyes, ate amazing humus and other Mediterranean dishes, ...
... sell marijuana openly to anyone of age). They all just have the same sign over the door, "coffee shop" for identification to the local populace and to appease the authorities, as pot is really illegal but okay to sell as long as you advertise it as coffee. "Live and let live," that's the Amsterdam way. For a cup of coffee you don't go to a coffee shop, silly tourist, you go to a "cafe." I'm not making this up. If you go into a "coffee shop" ...