Hyatt High Sierra Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
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- Swimming pool
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... rivers and the most unusual rock formation any of us had ever seen!
This rock formation (its name we cannot find), was so peculiar that we were certain it had to be man-made. I mean, just look at it, extraordinary! But it was 100% earth’s creation and it left us shaking our heads in amazement as we continued our scenic drive.
Before we knew it, Lake Tahoe (America's largest ...
... the lake and see how far we got. We left Kings Beach and headed for the next outcrop into the lake. Once round this we were below the village of Crystal Bay, which straddles the state border, and we pulled into a very small beach to swap kayaks. Now JJ and I were in the double kayak and Ruth took the single. The large boulders around the water's edge were very spectacular and typical of Tahoe. We set off again and saw a beach in ...
... the West. In particular, once per year, we love to go to Ashland, Oregon, to see plays and always stay at Emigrant Lake. We also still have season tickets to the Reno Aces and will stay at the Reno RV park one weekend per month. As John Denver and the Muppets say, 'On the Road Again'. This is our theme song. ...
For all that we saw and did its hard to believe we were only gone for a month! Traveling with the Drury's makes our adventures a lot of fun. Pete and Lumps sophomoric humor and antics keeps us entertained and laughing. And we do love the cocktail hour. Our travels took us through six new states: South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon. My map covers the West! Lots of bucket lists checked off too: Yellowstone, ...
... to the flat of Mono Lake. We didn't stop, but it's famous for the mineral deposits that have formed into towers (or Tufas) rising up out of the lake around its shores. Apparently they are becoming more pronounced since the streams that feed the lake have been tapped by Los Angeles, causing the lake level to lower. Not long past Mono Lake is the turn-off to Bodie, 13 miles east of the interstate. The road is fun in itself, in that the last 3 miles are not ...