BEST WESTERN Bishop Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... canyon. Jen is pretty fit and we were both keen for some exercise, so we headed out at a descent pace which we managed to keep up. Descending was not too tricky but when we turned around, the assent was somewhat more challenging than we anticipated. We powered ahead, soaking up the scenery like never before, dodging mule caravans, Rangers cleaning the path and saying howdy to others on the trail. I arrived back at the top sweating from head to toe, ...
... right I couldn't help thinking of my friend Ashley Boren, who hiked the John Muir trail a few years back in celebration of her 50th year. What a spectacular trip that must of have been.
We checked into a hotel in Bishop around noon, unloaded our gear, took in the England v. Uruguay soccer game (what a disappointment for the Brits), while we ate lunch. We then headed up to the Bristlecone Pines in the mountains to the east of Bishop. It's a ...
... loads we didn't lose much either - the best perk about gambling in Vegas are the free flowing drinks (you can never have too many rum and cokes). Some of you may know that I have always wanted to get married in The Little White Chapel in Vegas, yes it's tacky, cheesy, extremely commercialised and you probably couldn't get more opposite from an Indian wedding if you tried, but it's what I've always wanted and after very little convincing Sunny was well up ...
Just a quick entry we are over 10 k deep in the ancient bristolcone pine forest in the middle of nowhere. We have about 35 miles to drive thru the desert to a town eith gas and we have about 36 miles worth in the tank! We are cutting it close but this is important. We ...
... With no form of railings or anything it would actually have been very easy to keep strolling on and fall down one. I laid over the edge and dropped a stone, which took forever to reach the floor! I found a helicopter next to me (you know, one of those leaves) and threw that over the edge. It spun around whizzing and floating down before catching some thermals and came hovering right back up to the cliff top! We approached Taft Point which gave stunning views over the ...