Mountain View Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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With a good brekkie, cup of coffee and service to the RV it was with fond memories we left Lake Tahoe hoping to someday return and see her covered in the snow that had made her the gem that was prior to the drought that has ravaged California for the past 6 years. We headed south and soon found another American treasure in route 395 that runs parallel to the Sierra Navada Range, this road can be cut off quite regularly as its elevation in ...
... right I couldn't help thinking of my friend Ashley Boren, who hiked the John Muir trail a few years back in celebration of her 50th year. What a spectacular trip that must of have been.
We checked into a hotel in Bishop around noon, unloaded our gear, took in the England v. Uruguay soccer game (what a disappointment for the Brits), while we ate lunch. We then headed up to the Bristlecone Pines in the mountains to the east of Bishop. It's a ...
... Glimmer, Piper and her compadre who's name escapes me. Luna, Schmitty, and Wild came by as well as Paka Bear, but they all headed on another two miles or so to better position themselves for tomorrows pass. It didn't hurt that everywhere you looked today, your heart almost imploded from the sheer scale and majestic beauty of this amazing world we get to enjoy for the time being. Lots of media for you guys today, couldn't help ...
... loads we didn't lose much either - the best perk about gambling in Vegas are the free flowing drinks (you can never have too many rum and cokes). Some of you may know that I have always wanted to get married in The Little White Chapel in Vegas, yes it's tacky, cheesy, extremely commercialised and you probably couldn't get more opposite from an Indian wedding if you tried, but it's what I've always wanted and after very little convincing Sunny was well up ...
... the guy said 'howdy!' Haha.....well it amused us anyway!! As we started to climb high the temperature dropped fast! It was funny being on the bike and being so cold and yet seeing people out of their cars in shorts and t-shirts! As far a we could see was forest, with huge pine trees!! We continued through the pass, rising at the peak to just under 10,000 feet above sea level! Huge rocks towered above us. Although it was cold and I lost feeling in ...