A&A Lake Tahoe Inn
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Left Gavin's around 10.30am. So hard to leave. Gas in Minden. Spent hours in Historic Virginia City. Wish I could post pics on this iPhone cause words don't do it justice. Found a Best Western in Fernley and stayed there a night Bought another gps from Walmart as the other one wasn't recognizing towns. Long drive Wed morn 8 hours solid driving thru countryside that hardly changes Hope to stay in Salt Lake City tonight. Can someone please comment on this if they are getting ...
... Sierra were beautiful I was ready for the next leg of my journey. As I passed mile 1021 I savored the last moments above 10,000 feet, an altitude that I had been above everyday for the last 3 weeks. For the next 1,640 miles of trail for better or for worse I would never be that high again. With the lowering elevation I can only hope for the snow patches to disappear as well.
The last few days have been difficult mentally and ...
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Day 47 - 5/23/2014
19 miles to hilltop campsite. (676)
Day 48 - 5/24/2014
21 miles to sandy pines. (697)
Day 49 - 5/25/2014
5 miles to Kennedy Meadows General store. (702)
We have finally made it to Kennedy Meadows! This location is considered the pct portal to the true Sierras. We have heard that within 15 miles the high desert finally ends and we enter hiking paradise.
Day 50 - 5/26/2014
14.5 miles to an ...
... replacement car but I'd lose out on the gas I'd bought) we decided to take the new sat nav and hightail out. Perhaps S Fran would be better. Here in Nevada, the roads were busier and either side we could see the high rises of the hotels and gambling resorts. Eventually we left the maelstrom as the winding road took us to Lake Tahoe. Surrounded by pine trees and luxurious houses, the lake was another sight ...
... proclaiming: "There's gold in the Sierra foothills". He then bought every piece of mining equipment in the area - from handkerchiefs to shovels, and when the masses came looking for equipment for the adventure, guess who sold it to them? Mr Brannan, at a 100% mark-up - making him a very rich man by the time the first would-be miners hit the foothills. Most of those who went received little reward, but merely the promise of gold made Sam Brannan a very rich man.