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... 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 ...
... and my heart sank as a sheriff pulled up behind me, blocking my way back. Oh no!!!
It turned out he was a mate of the chap I had parked next to... *huge sighs of relief*
Jette bought herself the most disgusting looking (and smelling) hot dog, and a coffee and off we set. From Beatty we decided to go our own way and ignore the sat nav, as Death Valley was calling.
I am so glad we did, as the next 100 miles or so were the most stunning and varied of ...
... an interesting conversation with E on the way. I was explaining how I had met some guys traveling from New Zeland, doing a cross country trip in the states, on a previous trip and I thought it was impressive how people from there could just take 8 weeks off work and afford it. Elliott brilliantly replied, "Because Europe's the ****!"
The drive from Mono Lake was loaded with awesome views. Really ...
... when they get above the water. Many tufa towers are still in the water around the edge of the lake, but some are now on land many yards from the water due to a drop in the lake levels. They are fascinating to look at.
The Visitor Center also had exhibits about the Native Americans who lived here along with baskets made by living artists. ...
Last night we all we constantly woken up by strong gusts of winds almost blowing the tent over. Even with the wind, we got a decent amount of sleep. This morning we woke up, ate breakfast, and headed off to the trailhead of the north dome. Our original intention was to hike up half dome, but we didn't get the permit. We applied in February and every day we could while we were in the park. Our luck may come to us when we try to get the subway. The trail was ...