Rock Creek Lodge
Travel Blogs from Mammoth Lakes
... 7:30 pm. Soon thereafter, I need to turn on the lights.
Willow was miserable with the hot weather in Sacto and Reno (90's) and I had her groomed in Carson City. She looked like a shorn sheep but she was more comfortable without the extra coat; that is until our stay in Mammoth Lakes. In the evenings she now needs her jacket to keep her warm. Bishop, our next stop, will be warm again – in the high 80's and low 90's.
... know! .We powerwalked uphill all the way back miles and miles to eventually and luckily meet the 2nd last bus home of the night. I think we learned the following hinking lessons today:
Read the map
Know when the last bus home is
Pack bear pepper spray for bear attacks and
Never hike the expert trails in primark shoes!
Were now in our new hotel....thats 3new hotels in as many nights!!
Love Love Love X
This morning we woke up to the Merced river and the sunlight. It was absolutely wonderful. We ate breakfast and headed over to the Mariposa Grove to see the giant sequoia trees. There was too much more to the grove accept for the massive size of the trees. After the grove we drove to the visitors center an ate lunch. We went to the store and shops all along the part of the park by the visitors center. It like ...
Départ très tôt le matin pour le célèbre Parc Yosemite avant la ruée des touristes;
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK :
Après un joli levé de soleil nous arrivons dès potron-minet à Yosemite par l'entrée de tunnel vue offrant une vue superbe sur la la Yosemite Valley et le Half Dome en arrière plan.
Nous trouvons à notre droite Bridal ...
... I had just spent the night out alone, in the bed of my truck, off a country road or in national forest land.
Near the bottom of the pass, just a few miles short of Mono Lake, I saw signs for a national forest campground. $15 a night. For what, exactly? A parking spot, a flat spot to pitch a tent, and a pit toilet. And if you're lucky, a huge barrel of potable water. Really? Five years ...