Annett's Mono Village
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... for cold meals, since it's in the nineties there and more heat from the stove we won't need.
We've enjoyed this little town with it's friendly people and may return some day if we're in the area again.
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... the Obsidian Dome nearby, which was pretty much as the name suggests. A large pile of Obsidian rocks. Many were impure as most likely, the best had been taken by tourists such as ourselves. Supposedly Obsidian is the sharpest rock in the world as the point can end at a single atom. There was also pumice in the same area, all remains of volcanic activity.
After this our next stop was Mono Lake. A salt lake which has been greatly affected by LA draining the water which ...
... a 5th-wheel to purchase and have towed to that location for the next several months, after which the plan is to move back to Santa Fe for the Summer, where we hope to open up yet a new business, selling "Paletas," as the Spanish call their much loved fresh fruit popsicles. We are thinking of all of you and wishing you a wonderful Rosh Hashana, a healthy and prosperous and happy year ahead.
All our love,
Marty, Lani and Chance, "woof!"
My friend Thinh and I took a break from Yosemite National Park and visited Mono Lake in Lee Vining, CA. This is the only place on Earth where I saw literally millions of black flies and none of them bothered me. They were busy feeding on salt and avoiding the pecking beaks of the birds. Much of the fresh water had been used by the agricultural industry during the first two-third of the 20th Century to sustain American food export during a time when the ...
... to sin."
Amsterdam is a city of the old and the new. Unlike most of the rest of Europe the economy here is booming. New buildings are going up like mad around the riverfront. There's the Bibliotheek, the new 6 story library that contains no less than three restaurants, an entire floor of CDs and hundreds of available computers. We grabbed wonderful and inexpensive meals twice in the museums' sixth story restaurant there during our ...