Johnny McNally's Lodge

Address: Kern River Highway, Kernville, California, 93238, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on Kern River Highway, Kernville.
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    Mountain climbin´

    A travel blog entry by c_josbeck on Apr 03, 2015

    5 photos

    The road (178) up to Lake Isabella from Bakersfield was a nice change from the long, bouncy straits on Highway 99. The ravine we drove through was fantastic. It was a steap climb up before the valley opened up. The lake itself was a little short of water but still a very beautiful ...

    Last Night Before I Return Home

    A travel blog entry by c_eazy25 on Jul 19, 2014

    ... to save time and money I did not fill up the ice chest</li><li>I spent $112.75 on gas getting home from Kernville </li><li>On July 20th I Finally made it home and unpacked the car and told my family all about the awesome adventure I ...

    Through Death Valley and beyond... hopefully...!!!

    A travel blog entry by oztrekkers on May 27, 2014

    54 photos

    ... conditioning back on yet?" every mile or so. It was the longest twenty miles of our journey so far. Now you'd think that as we came down one mountainside to get in, it would be one mountainside to get out... wrong! As we started climbing out of the furnace the temperatures dropped a degree or so every five hundred feet, then as we topped the ridge there was another valley to cross, but as I'm sure you'll all be pleased to know, we made it out alive and well. Death Valley ...

    Livin' for Lone Pine

    A travel blog entry by pugetview on Sep 24, 2013

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... the foxtail pine (Pinus balfouriana), a cousin of the ancient bristlecone pine. Dick admires the foxtail's beauty in youth (a perfect Christmas tree shape), in maturity (up to several thousand years), and in death (the barkless rust-red deceased ones). They are found starting at about 8,000' elevation mixed with ponderosa and lodgepole pines and extending up to 12,000' where they are the last trees found.

    In the mountains again

    A travel blog entry by robnraystravels on Jun 28, 2012

    12 photos

    ... each other up, Ray had gone on ahead as I didn't think I would make it, it was incredible.
    One thing we have learnt is, if you go up you inevitably come down again & the road back down was very windy & as they were doing roadworks one lane was closed for a few miles. It was much warmer once we got off the mountain so found a spot by the lake to camp for the night, & even went for a ...

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