Tamarack Lodge and Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in our shorts – a very surreal feeling, being surrounded by snow and ice, wearing a thin t-shirt and not being in the least bit shivery. When we arrived at our hotel in Mammoth Lakes there was snow on the ground there too, but it didn’t stop us boiling up as we wandered down to a restaurant in our jeans. And it also didn’t stop us going out into the hot tub that evening, under the stars, in the shadow of the snow-capped ...
Into the high sierras we went. Finding snow at peaks and blue lakes below. As we hit 11,000 Ft. Yesterday the air seemed noticeably thinner. The views though were worth every step and every breath.
We left Yosemite national park yesterday, and entered the Ansel Adams wilderness section of the Inyo national forest. My initial belief that leaving the national park would mean less beauty was proven wrong with in a minute, as we crossed over Donahue pass and were breath ...
... up driving almost to Vegas, just giving him back the wheel at a rest stop about 1 1/2 hours out, handled the driving well even if i do say so myself. And speaking of rest stops Australia could learn something from the yanks - big rest stops, really clean seemingly in the middle of nowhere, with vending machines selling cold drinks, hot drinks and ice creams, australians could also learn a few road manners from the yanks ...
... Grove instead. It is a large grove and we know we do not have time to walk the whole grove (4-6 miles), but we walked about half a mile into the grove seeing some of the huge trees. The most impressive was the roots of a tree that had fallen hundreds of years ago. I am happy that we get to see the large Redwoods.
There are 4 main roads/areas in Yosemite (Mariposa Grove, Glacier Point, Yosemite Valley and Tioga Road that runs across the ...
... settled outside at picnic tables overlooking the lake. I looked at Mike and then down at myself, our skin was crusted with salt. I touched my hair which felt like a five year old dirty mop, but I didn’t care. Our food arrived and we inhaled every bite of the deliciousness while enjoying the gorgeous view. Tufa, glaciers, gourmet gas station food…A reminder to always have an open mind because you might get to experience a unexpected, unplanned, spectacular, perfect day. ...