Starlight Motel

Address: 511 S Main St, Big Pine, California, 93513, United States | Motel
 
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This motel is located on 511 S Main St, Big Pine.
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    Travel Blogs from Big Pine

    Into the highest sierra

    A travel blog entry by trackingdj on May 16, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... 19 year old taking a break from going to UT in Austin texas.
    We all only went about 14 miles that day because we found 3 more hikers with a warm fire blazing warmth through the rain.
    I had left Kennedy meadows with 13 days of food on my back. I was hoping it would be enough to get me 200 miles to Mammoth Lakes plus a 17 mile side trip up Whitney( the tallest mountain in the lower 48). It was at least 25 pounds of food but I wasn't sure that it was going to be enough ...

    Day 3 - "Green day"

    A travel blog entry by mother.ship on Sep 25, 2014

    25 photos

    Last night was very restful and I marveled at the fact that I was as warm as I was, fell asleep as quickly as I did and feared not as I went out to peep at night. I couldn't help but acknowledge that the weight of "Forester" was over and met with victory and the idea of an "easy day" ahead helped relieve any angst. I also had my phone charged and was able to listen to my music, which helped. I was able to wake up early and write about the previous day, get up, have ...

    Day 2...daunting Day 2

    A travel blog entry by mother.ship on Sep 24, 2014

    25 photos

    ... camp for the night. We still had about 5 miles to go once we reached the base of Forester. The scenery changed again to what, in my head I call Marmot Meadow. There were tufty grassy mounds with rocky outcroppings and little streams zagging their way toward "down". Marmots, in real life, not pictures or videos, were peaking out of the rocks and looking at us like we might have a drumstick or some Oreos that we might drop along the way. We tried to shift gears ...

    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 ...

    Oh boy-a, Sequoia!

    A travel blog entry by tampagrampa on Jul 29, 2014

    15 photos

    ... to let them know it's time to hunt. Also, when we reached the end of the cave, the guide offered the adventurous a chance to follow the creek ( dry in the summer) out of the cave. So myself and one couple descended some steps down to the creek bed and had a great exit from the cave. One of the better things that I have done in caves. I am starting to worry about overdosing on fantastic during this year's ...