Westin Monache Resort Mammoth
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... just creeps up through 6, then 7 and 8 thousand feet. We stop for five minutes to look at a high level lake, which is very pretty and has lots of ducks on it, but still no bears. Next stop for 5 minutes is just by the entrance to White Wolf Pass, then back on the road, we do though have to stop for 15 minutes as they are doing work on the road and all the cars are stopped for a while. Lunch is at about 1.30 today and we are all pretty hungry, so have our sandwiches at the side of ...
Today was a 3 hour climb to get views over the Kings Canyon. Plenty of reason to open another chapter of the Idiot's Adventure. Mammoth claims it's secret to good beer is in the water - good alpine water from the High Sierra here in east California. Not content with just hops, water and yeast, they decided to ...
... inn, which is just a few miles outside of the park. Tomorrow, we will be camping for 2 nights in the park itself. After a bit of down time, we headed back into the park and found a nice spot by the Merced river to chill. Did a bit of paddling, a bit of reading, a bit of just watching the clouds pass by and taking in the magnificent and dramatic scenery all around us. Went back to our lodge and had a few drinks and something to eat in the restaurant there and played a bit of ...
... swam around while I thawed out in the late afternoon sun.
After Mike dried off, we opened a bottle of Pinot Noir and nestled into our chairs. Yosemite Falls towered in front of us. We stared up at the falls in awe that we had actually climbed to the top. Tapping our glasses together, we congratulated each other. A deer swim across the river. To our right, Half Dome began to glow as evening approached. We sipped our wine in silence soaking up all the natural ...
... no fish can live in the alkaline waters, but it is home to millions of tiny brine shrimp that feed the migratory birds and the alkali flies that feed off the salt at the edge of the lake. As we walked closer to the Lake, we saw what made us feel quite ill. Thousands and thousands and thousands of these small black alkali flies at the edge of the lake, that when you walked towards them parted and landed further along the shore. Once we’d gotten over this, ...