National 9 Trails Motel

Address: 633 South Main Street, Lone Pine, California, 93545, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 633 South Main Street, Lone Pine, is near Mount Whitney, Lone Pine Creek, Movie Road, and Tuttle Creek.
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    Travel Blogs from Lone Pine

    Guest Post...or Ghost Post...you be the judge

    A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Nov 10, 2014

    1 comment, 54 photos

    I decided it was time for a guest post from Shane. Apparently, there are people who are suspicious of Shane's whereabouts and they question the authenticity of my photos of him, saying things to each other like "have you noticed that pictures of Carrie are clear and close-up but pictures of Shane always seem distant and obscure?" And, "Doesn't it seem odd that it's always Carrie texting or answering the phone?" Even going so far as ...

    California Coast to the High Sierras

    A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Oct 29, 2014

    1 comment, 116 photos

    October 14- October 30

    Hello Friends! A few statistics before I begin...

    *We have been on the road officially 151 days and will celebrate a full 5 months in two days!!!
    *In 151 days we have spent a grand total of $182.00 on campsites. (roughly $1.20 per day!)
    *The truck has logged 14,500 miles on this trip.
    *The motorcycle (Doc Holiday) has logged 2440 miles.
    *The camper has logged maybe 13,000 miles (since we ...

    Death Valley

    A travel blog entry by cathiehm on Oct 25, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... winds. The mountain landscape is so varied, I am sure a geologist could explain why every mountain looks a different colour - I can't, I can just gape in awe. In the Park, the "point of interest" we saw: Ashford Mill Ruins, Badwater Basin (300ft BELOW sea level), Artists Drive and the Artists Pallet - the most spectacular example of the range of colours in the rocks of these mountains, Zabriskie Point - more stunning rock formations, Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes - I know ...

    Like a horse running back to the barn!

    A travel blog entry by mother.ship on Sep 27, 2014

    30 photos

    ... the tent with Heather still in it and then she popped out and was ready to go. Heather, Erik and I went ahead and took off for the last leg. They blessed me with the honor of leading our little band of three which was a change of view for me. But I was thrilled to be on the steady downhill, my strength. We made it down in a few hours and walked through the wooden structure that signifies the end of the JMT (or the beginning, I guess) and we rejoiced, all ...

    It's getting' real! or Will the tribe vote me off?

    A travel blog entry by mother.ship on Sep 23, 2014

    20 photos

    ... words "Forester Pass" and apparently it was to be a monumental climb and we didn't want to have to tack on a lot of additional miles to it if we could avoid it.) I say "we" because, at that point our group had joined up with Craig, who clearly knew far more about the reality of trail mileage and altitude climbs and endurance, and "we" nodded and marched on because he said it would be better.
    NOTE: Sign of a good leader...one who leaves you ...