Sugarloaf Mountain Motel & Market
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... in elevation as we went. Ultimately we reached over 11K ft. before landing on the other side. After we reached 5K ft., we began to see redwoods…so strong and formidable in place, surrounded by other more vulnerable trees. They live in a suit of armor that protects them from harm and allows them to live a very long life.
Nearing the east side of the park we enjoyed the views of Mono Lake, surrounded by ...
... Q so we could have steak and baked potatoes for dinner. These items plus some snap peas and a green salad were tasty and also did the job.
The wind blew. It's now about three AM and I'm typing since the wind was keeping me awake. An unusual thing for me, since I can usually sleep through freight trains and hailstorms.
Tomorrow, later today, actually, we'd do our laundry here in the RV park. Lynn checked out the facilities ...
... have stretched the details and truth a bit, but it was all for the sake of marketing.
After I finished strolling through the museum I headed back to the Delta Saloon, where I knew I would find Dave! I stopped to get a soda in a souvenir bottle, diet raspberry soda (cool and refreshing…Yum) I also saw that they canned their own coffee and they had a decaffeinated espresso. The sales lady wasn’t sure if ...
... this was his last chance before winter set in. He mentioned that business is a little slower in the winter. I found a sterling silver ring with blue opals and a purple stone, I can’t remember the name. I have earrings and a necklace that I bought about 7 or 8 years ago and this ring matches the set. Talk about luck.
By the time I got back to Dave to show him the ring he had lost $10.00 and was ...
Wednesday 28th August We were definitely beginning to realise that the holiday was drawing to a close by now. The continuing smoke was creating an autumnal feel. Usually in Carson the sky would be brilliant blue and the air would be pleasantly warm. Today there was a blanket of smoke that was reminiscent of the film The Others. (Those who have seen it will know what I mean and I swear I saw Eric Sykes sweeping up the leaves in the garden as I looked out the ...