Oak Creek Terrace Resort
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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So we left on Thursday morning for a lesurely drive to Tonapah, Nev. We went into Yosemite and up thru Tioga Pass. It was a nice drive. Then into Nevada. What a desolate place! There is nothing out there but desert brush. no trees, no animals, nothing. We arrived in Tonapah and went to our hotel, which is the Mitzpah Hotel. It was pretty cool. It …
... and to back away authoritatively. I personally doubt that a mountain lion would be all that impressed by someone in retreat, yammering away (have you prepared what you would say in this circumstance?) while holding their arms about their head. Still, perhaps moutain lions are terrfied of babbling, gesticulating humans walking backwards?
As an aside, I saw no tarantulas, rattlesnakes or mountain lions in my trek through the park. I also saw no birds. I ...
After a day and a half of packing up the RV, we were on the road by noon. The weather was clear, the sun was bright and we were excited to be "on the road again."
We took US-17 N toward Flagstaff. We know several PebbleCreek folks that have purchased park models at Munds Parks RV Resort so we decided to reserve a place for an overnight stay. Munds Park is a small country town with beautiful pine trees and ...
... cameras and a dumpy middle aged couple from Minnesota who held hands and rubbed each others' knees a lot Jerry got to sit in the front and not get knocked around and I was sideways with little room for my legs and feet and, somehow, always on the wrong side for picture taking. But I unbelted and leaned forward and had a grand time capturing red sandstone with golden stripes every chance I got.
These are not, as ...
... layers (also from the river). The silica in the ash slowly replaced the cellulose in the trees, resulting in quartz formations. Other minerals like iron oxide provided the colors. I'm paraphrasing a video we watched in the visitor's center. Alternative explanation was that the trees looked directly at Medusa. Both sound equally plausible.
It was a good day.