Gull Lake Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for pictures! It's got to to be done though! One of the main ones gave an awesome first view of half dome and it meant we were only about 20 miles to the hotel now. We made it by about three and went straight for a swim and ice creams...why not! Later on Rach and I went to the bar for a special drink. Special because this is the hotel, and no doubt the very bar, where we were due to meet our friends Ruby and Tony ...
... and the scenery changed dramatically from verdant beauty to sun-baked Nevada plains. We cruised down the i395 as far as the pretty Lake Topaz. But the signs telling us that the i395 was closed at Bridgeport about 100 miles South weren't so pretty! There was no way round - we were sent on 200 mile detour out into the Nevada basin. We drove into what we imagined was real cowboy country. We drove through the great plains of the Nevada Basin. The vast scale and ...
... various small channels.
We walked about a km across the meadow to the soda springs. The natural spring of soda tasting water bubbles up at several points. The charming stone cottage of the Sierra Club used for cross country skiing & walking hut was in a great location. We were lucky to see a pair of Mule deer grazing on the meadow and many Belding Ground Squirrels that scurried about. In the distance we could see many snow capped mountains.
The area ...
... through out the night where I found myself rising from the sleeping bag hoping to peer out into the darkness and see Yogi fumbling at the safe. Sadly, or some would say luckily, we never saw hide nor hair of a bear. With the national park spreading over just under 750,000 acres you could imagine there is a lot to see, with the epicentre of the park being based around the Yosemite Valley. The valley is encased by high granite walls with ...
... Both pleased with our march today up 2,400 feet from Onion Valley to Kearsarge Pass. Proceeded slowly, steadily, with regular breaks. Made summit about noon. Feels good to rest a bit in camp this afternoon. Warm, comfortable in tent. Outside, rented bear proof food canisters make good little stools.
Huge day. 12,000 foot Glenn Pass and 11 miles. Staggered a bit this morning when ...