Bishop Village Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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This was being very adventurous today as we decided to cross over the Sierra's rather than take the longer route up to Carson City, NV. So sorry not to have been able to see cousin Barb who lives up in Grass Valley.
We chose to take the Senora Pass after a weather report that Tioga Pass was closed due to a snow storm. Thank heavens our camper is small & relatively light as we manuvered the mountainous road & hair pin turns. Had an ...
... been there you know....
We had pastrami sandwiches and other delicacies.
We enjoyed each other's company...Me, my lovely Patricia, and good friends Beth and Paul Salyers.
See the photos, and you'll get the idea, then come WITH us next time!!
Trey and Patricia
Headed out at 9:15 am and fueled up at a nearby Shell station - 23.894 gals. @ $4.159/gal. totaling $99.00. Drove by Crowley Lake with a back drop of snow capped mountains. The Elevation rose from 4120' to 7000' within 15 minutes of driving. By 10:00 am we were driving in snow. The snow continued when we reached 8036' altitude at Deadman's Summit. We continued our journey through Lee Vining town with a population of 300 and ...
... the road condition and views and lesser traffic and the weather.
6000 feet now and we've been following a creek or river as it snakes through a canyon, alternating between free-flowing water and mostly covered with ice and snow -- so beautiful. A sign enlightens us to the end of this scenic route -- Antelope Valley where Walker River runs through it. ...
... to the UK. As we crept higher up into the mountains we saw more and more snow and when we got out there was plenty underfoot, despite it being t-shirt weather in the sunshine. One of the places we had been advised to visit was Cardinal Village Resort, we had been told to ask for the "secret map" which we duly did. It lead us through some trails to a rickety bridge over ...