Barewood Inn & Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... found a water cache next to Kelso Road where the PCT crosses. Thank you trail angel. Because of this, I decided to not obtain water at Willow Springs at mile 620. With cool weather persisting, I knew I can make this 35 mile dry stretch with 6.5 Liters of water on my back. Before I left, I guzzled about 3L from this cache. So off I go climbing again out of the Mojave desert. No, it wasn't over yesterday despite the hike thru the pine forest shrouded in fog and clouds. ...
... I wish a drone can deliver food to me on the trail. On another note, I caught up with JPEG, Ego, Grace, and Ninja. They are camping here at this mile. Surprisingly, there is a water cache here where to PCT crosses a dirt road. I hear Willow Springs at mile 620 is not reliable. If that is the case, its a 30 mile dry stretch. I might just not even go to Willow Springs and just pack 7 liters. I hope the cool temps ...
... in a creek running through the basin so, even though the current California drought has had an impact and forced the family to temporarily reduce the number of head of cattle, there is still some green grass here. The guest side of the ranch is comfortable and very quiet. In a nod to modern life wifi is available for an hour in the afternoon, but otherwise there is friendly discouragement. There are no TV’s in the well appointed cabins, no ...
PS- The tree's actual name was General Sherman, and the tree grows wider but not higher because the top is dead. Also, it was 103 degrees at the bottom, but by the time we got to the top, it was only 88 degrees! While driving to Vegas, we saw fireworks in the Mojave, one of the US's greatest deserts, and we stopped in Barstow, CA for the night to rest up for the rest of our drive ...
... now and again. We then drove to the supermarket to get stocked up on picnic stuff for the next four theme park days, and then drove the car right down onto the beach of Lake Isabella and opened all the windows and doors (to let a breeze in) and had a picnic in the van right on the lake. Beautiful. A few other vans were doing the same and obviously setting themselves up for a big beach party in the evening. (rather jealous that we can't join in!) We met two guys (one of them ...