Crystal Crag Lodge
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... time to pack up and head north to Yosemite National Park, as we entered the park we had to pay $30, the landscape changed from granite rock to what looked like sandstone and the mountain tops became more rounded and bare. Talking of bears we didn't see Yogi or Booboo but I did see a small raccoon slowly walking into the undergrowth.
It's just like being back in the New Forest only with mountain backdrops and pine trees that gave off the ...
... We drove to Lake Tahoe, along the Bay bridge, passing Sacramento and then to South Lake Tahoe. It's a wonderful drive, excellent locales. The journey should take you 4-5 hours with 1 stop for gas and coffee. Remember you have to fill gas yourself, so learn it well. ...
... the Pacific Crest Trail. Walking through the dry sunburned land of the Mojave Dessert. Until I reach the grandeur of the snow covered range of light that is the Sierra Nevada. Climbing mount Whitney, the tallest mountain in the lower 48. Going through the John Muir and Ansel Adams wilderness. Passing along the edge of lake Tahoe, reaching Oregon as I walk along Crater lake. And ultimately crossing through the cascades before winter sets ...
... out of Vegas at all.
After several false starts, a stop to buy a map, water and the inevitable rest room, we were off, hopefully in the right direction.
I reckoned we had about 340 miles to go, so we didn't have a lot of time to frig about.
The first 100 miles was through the desert, with the occasional Joshua tree and vast open views, with gorgeous, muted colours.
It is very frustrating when you have long open empty roads and the speed limit is ...
... park which may or may not already have happened. He said they open it whenever they feel like it. We decided to keep driving and eventually got to the entry of Yosemite about another 25 minutes later and it was closed :( We spoke to the park people and they said they weren't sure when it would open, it could be ten mins or two hours. They asked if we had driven around the gate at the bottom (which actually isn't possible). Apparently the ...