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This was being very adventurous today as we decided to cross over the Sierra's rather than take the longer route up to Carson City, NV. So sorry not to have been able to see cousin Barb who lives up in Grass Valley.
We chose to take the Senora Pass after a weather report that Tioga Pass was closed due to a snow storm. Thank heavens our camper is small & relatively light as we manuvered the mountainous road & hair pin turns. Had an ...
... rocks resulted in a kind of slide in which your foot got buried under rocks with each step.
This wouldn't have been so bad except that the slope was extremely steep and there were larger boulders that would also move, and small cliffs that you had to be careful not to slide over. All in all, the amount of time it took to climb equalled the amount of time it took to descend, however, the going down was much more wearing on our nerves.
After leaving Manzanar, we traveled North on the 395 Highway, en route to Yosemite. But we got hungry near Bishop California.
I love Bishop. It is the Gateway to many adventures. Hiking, Camping, Skiing, Fishing, and so much more.
But there is a spot there that can not go unnoticed.
We arrived in Vegas via the Hoover Dam - a huge dam which powers Vegas - the engineering here was somewhat lost on me but Sunny had seen an in depth National Geographic programme on it and was super excited. After a short stop marvelling at the dam and a short 40mins drive later we could see the Stratosphere tower from afar. As we drove into Vegas you appreciate how concentrated the glamorous area is, it's literally about a 6 mile stretch of one road and ...
We decided to start today with a visit to Erick Schat's Bakkery, we picked up some delicious delights and headed off for some more scenery. Today we drove up towards the Lakes - North Lake, South Lake and Lake Sabrina...when we got to them they were actually very low, still extremely picturesque though. At elevations of up to 9,500ft the scale of these places is just extreme ...