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... so the wind would blow the
water to reach us.
On the trail we saw beautiful butterflies, large and yellow, and colorful
dragonflies, red, blue and orange. We met a fellow Israeli hiker and spoke with
him for a few minutes. We chatted with a family relaxing next to us by one of the pools. They asked where we are from (that is the main question asked always) and when we said Israel they asked if we want to go back with what's going ...
Ben and I arrived back in the good ole US of A on July 1st. We had 4 days to unpack our lives from Chile, find/buy/organize for the next month of travel, pack up the car and on July 5th we drove out of Longmont, Colorado and headed towards Bishop, California.
We drove through Cedar City, Utah and drove on the Extraterrestial Highway, which is where Area 51 is located. There really is not much along this highway save for large expanses of desert and the distraction of sporadic ...
We left Las Vegas pretty late. Joanna's wonderful Aunt Barbara and Uncle Stan were both so interesting and accomadating...we just stayed and relaxed with the folks! Turns out her uncle John and his wife Pam and her mother Bernice arrived just after we did and after a day of margaritas and nonstop conversation they got all dolled up...well Stan got on his best cowboy hat and spiffy outfit...not exactly "dolled". At 79 he ...
As we drove 9 miles north of the city of Lone Pine, and 6 miles south of the city of Independence, we began to see signs for "Manzanar National Historic Site". My travel companions had never been there and were curious. I've been there a few times and suggested a stop by for a visit. I cautioned that they would be amazed and leave somber and emotionally upset.They would be totally embarrassed by our ...
We are so excited to be on the road! Our first stop is Mt. Whitney, the
tallest mountain in the lower 48 states at 14,505 ft in the Eastern Sierra Nevada mountains! The hike to the peak is about 22 mi round trip, with an elevation gain of over 6,100 feet. This trip to Mt. Whitney has been planned for a few months and just happened to coincide with the