Joseph House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in winter. On route we passed through a quaint 'cowboy' town at the foot of the tallest mountain in the USA, Mt. Whitney. I was surprised by joy today. Joy which I found in a place of wonder and endless stories, and on the back of a large Vegas experience ushered in by a trail through the Grand Canyon....I feel like a storm tore through the desert with me in it. I am off to sleep with a smile inside, feeling somewhat humbled and thankful for my blessings. ...
... it was a common sight to see a decent snowpack remaining at the pass, but this year with the drought in full force, there was only spotty patches of snow at the very tops of a few mountains. Still remarkably beautiful, but I think I prefer the snow.
D has been battling a headcold for the past several days, so she was not amused by sinus pressure brought on by the rapid elevation change as we drove down to the eastern Sierra. If there were nice clouds ...
... driving. Just beautiful. How on earth anyone makes a living is beyond me. Mono lake was brilliant. A shame it's beauty came from the fact the government helped to ruin the lake by adding more water it actually made the salt double. We had our picnic lunch there. Now the greenies are in charge of the lake so hopefully they can sort it ...
... us were humongous rocky mountains with car-sized (sometimes close to house-sized) boulders sitting precariously on ledges and vast flat walls of stone stretching on for acres, to the side the scenery ranged from dense fir forests, to sparking blue reservoirs, sheer rock faces, and small gullies hiding quaint rocky creeks. Shortly after entering the national park we came across a queue of cars, a set of cones across the road, and a ...
... tossing and turning, fighting with my air pillow and claustrophobic sleeping bag that felt like a furnace.
But also, I had the chance to see this amazing granite basin that I had seen pictures of and knew was amazing. Due to the difficulty of the trail, I doubted I would ever come back again. It is too hard for a backpack I felt, and it is too long and hard of a trail for a day hike. If I wanted to day hike this trail, it would be 13 miles round trip, and that would not allow ...