Pine Cliff Resort
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Camille makes a short ride with a horse called Mr Billy. The most spectacular view is the Mono Lake. It is few million years old lake in a bug valley. Its water has a very peculiar chemical composition. Its salt content is 3 times more the one of the Pacific Sea and water is very alcaline. These features make the lake (and the living species in it) very unique. The landscape is impressive. We drive to the southern part of the Lake called South Tufa Walk, where strange rocks made ...
... for 2 1/2 months and for me are truly inspirational. I knew instantly when saw a pct thru hiker, because they usually have a district look... Tan, kinda dirty, and a small light weight pack.
I was so pumped up when I first started seeing them. My thoughts were all centered around one very broad statement, " Next year that will be me". Mexico to Canada, pct class of 2014. That is the plan. To see others doing it refueled that part of me and now I am ...
... rushed from his head. silly billy.
I felt nervous about going to america. Ive never been there before and its so big!Passport control took over an hour it was ridiculous. and i was tired i didnt sleep at all on the plane. Phil found out that you could get a shared shuttle from the airport and we managed to get 1 to our hostel downtown LA for $30 shared with some other people. The roads are so big, and the cars are so big and so nice. The hostel was quite nice,we went ...
... We can't see it all, but have been told to go to Glacier Point.
We head toward Glacier Point not knowing what we will see. After traveling for almost an hour within the park we arrive at Glacier Point. IT IS UNBELIEVABLE! We are about 7200 feet high, looking down into the valley below. There are HUGE, HUGE, HUGE cliffs and waterfalls that we are viewing from this view point. I cannot describe how large and close the rounded boulder ...
... as my feet entered the water, the icy cool temperature sent a shiver through my body. I really wanted to swim, but it was freezing and I was no longer hot. I finally mustered the courage to jump in. It was so cold that the second my head was under water I immediately wanted out. It was not refreshing; it felt like needles puncturing every pore of my skin. I raced back to shore. Mike, who would love to be in a Polar Bear Swim Club, was laughing hysterically. He jumped in ...