Annett's Mono Village
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I wanted to visit a ghost town in the US. So we did – Bodie. Bodie is an historic gold mining town, finally abandoned in the 1940s but in decline for quite a long time before that. It had a reputation as being the most lawless mining town in the West, and murders were common.
It is not exactly the best location to live – high winds, hot summers and up to 6ft of snow in the winter – but it had ...
... being restored, but nowhere as fast as it should be. Strange structures called Tufas protrude from the parched ground, which were once underwater springs which supplied the lake, but have long dried up. The shore line is covered in flies feeding off the briny water. This in term feeds hundreds of birds which flock to the area. Brine shrimp also live in these waters.
After some time spent admiring the tufas, it was time for a dip. However, I was unprepared for ...
... 3:30pm. With still plenty of daylight to walk down to Bridgeport Reservoir, about 100 yards from our campsite.
The air temperature was around 67 degrees but the water was surprisingly warm - obviously from springs that feed into the reservoir.
Later we took a drive down to Mono Lake which has these glacier ...
... 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!"
... just hilarious! He also explained to us the practicality of building the countrys' biggest church right across from the red-light district. It made it easy for the seamen to walk across the street, sit in a confessional and say, "forgive me father for I have sinned," before heading back to their ships. And of course the priests also frequented the ladies of the night, and they could pray in reverse before going out; "forgive me father for I ...