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... settled in quickly at the Squaw Valley Lodge, right at the base of the mountain. It was Liv's turn to choose first bedroom and she and Ted are sharing again with Jess on the sofa bed. We explored Squaw Valley village buying the last of the gear as Pete noted in ski $ and were thankful we got most in Palm Desert on sale. It is fairly quiet as school is back for USA tomorrow, which is good for us not to have the place too crowded. The snow is not huge, ...
... that could not be captured properly with a camera. Next we decided to drive down to the valley thru the long and massive mountain tunnel to see my much anticipated ,El Capitan. It was all I thought it would be & more. The light across the valley was awe inspiring to say the least. I can now understand what Ansel Adams and countless others who have been inspired by this most beautiful & spiritual location took away from ...
... Met another solo female traveler, from Russia, named Anastasia. She spends a lot of time in the States but this was also her first time in Sequoia. From there, I took the shuttle to a place called Moro Rock.
Moro Rock is this big slab of granite that's been honed by wind & the elements. Some psychos decided the view from atop it would be rad (which it is) & decided to install stairs on the thing (I don't really know if they were psychos, but anyone ...
... in front of my parents,but adrenalin pumped efficiently through my body. "You guys almost saw your son get smashed". With no need to rest any longer we trekked on.
Several slightly ascending and descending hours later we finally made our first back-country camp, Merhten Creek 6.5 miles from where we left the car. We set up camp on flat spot holding onto the side dipping into the great valley with the sun angling towards sunset. The overlook shot out ...
Near Cow Creek, surrounded by giant pines and tiny lizards
Today's Miles: 13
Trip Mileage: 13
Today wasn't glamorous, it wasn't incredibly exciting, but it was still
somethineg unique and extraordinary - my first day on the PCT.
Everything was new to me, from the landscape to the people to the
feelings of possibility and trepidation. Possibility because I don't ...