Mt. Whitney Motel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
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We had a big day of driving, saying goodbye to zion temporarily and heading back to Las Vegas into our next destination. Just before driving through the valley of death, we went through beattie (named because it looked like anyone who stayed there would be beaten) and through Death Valley.
We are coming back to Death Valley when it is cooler, but driving through it had an end of the world feel. We headed down through a ...
... delayed behind, chatting with a fellow PCTer she hadn't seen that was heading back to the trail. When I crested, I began to chat it up with some other non PCT backpackers with the plan of trying to score a hitch to Lone Pine. Talking to then as I hiked down, I discovered they were training to do the John Muir Trail. Since I had done it, they were asking me for advice. They did offer me a ride to Lone Pine. Since it was just three of them, ...
... recognizing that you have just accomplished a major milestone reaching this place. Needless to say, I am taking a zero day here to sort gear, laundry, and housekeeping chores. The vibe here is amazing. I have been eating very much since here. It is a big reunion. I am seeing trail companions that I have not seen for a while. The patio is the big gathering area where we all eat together, drink, share stories, ...
... So far the low snow year had proven to be no problem with only a thin coat and patches of snow to deal with. For this reason I was confident I could make it to the top. But as I climb up and out of the beauty of guitar lake I slowly began to realize I had underestimated miss Whitney. Just because i had a lighter pack then the last few days didn't make the climb easy. And as I went higher things started to get a tad bit sketchy. Steep spots were covered in snow. I looked down ...
... to one of ten 'relocation' centers or to other facilities across the nation. This order came about as a result of great prejudice and wartime hysteria after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.Even before the Japanese-Americans were relocated, their livelihood was seriously threatened when all accounts in American branches of Japanese banks were frozen. Then, religious and ...