Holiday Haus Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... all I want to do is get off the trail and go back to society. How I will get through the hard times, the wet times and scary times. Because the greatest threat to me of being unsuccessful in this walk will be loneliness and a lack of enjoyment. Thinking about how to even enjoy the hard times, because there is no reason to partake in this walk if I'm not enjoying myself. Recently I took a large step with the trail in mind. I packed up ...
... in the mirror the sky was bright as bright.
However, I don't really feel as if I have arrived unless there is heavy rain and a storm, so this hopefully was it.
Mammoth Lakes welcomed us with a big sign.
A ski area, with a nice feel, surounded by snow capped mountains. It was fresh feeling, but not cold.
(Others may disagree.)
Oh..... Houston? We have a problem.
That route you suggested?
The easy 127 miles through ...
... of less than 5000 people, with a rustic mountain downtown feel. After that we headed to the mechanic to check on the Jeep. They had fixed the minor problem (costing much less than Jared had anticipated), so we were able to take it back to camp. It was dinner time so we cooked up some brats and beans over the fire like real mountain men. Then we decided to head into town to a local watering hole to see the ...
... works. We descended as quickly as possible but it still took 2 hours and by the time we reached the bottom we were saturated, including our boots and backpack. The next day it was baking again and we managed to hang our stuff out to dry in the public area, much to the bemusement, and amusement of some of our fellow campers. Arrived in the City of Angels today, via Greyhound. Much love Jack ...
... over to pot hole done where we climbed to the top of the rock and took a nap. It was very relaxing to say the least. Once we woke up we went out of the park to find our campsite. It was about 20 miles away from the exit. Once at the campsite, we started a fire and hung out and looked for constellations for the rest of the night. We kept the rainfly off of the tent and we could see the constellations through the tent. This is what camping is all ...