Travel Blogs from Incline Village
... on hikes.
It took us just 10 minutes to start realizing what we had forgotten, Charlie Flo forgot his rain jacket, and we both found ourselves, light and lighter less in the woods. Wow, brain ****. We had no way to see at night, now way of lighting our stove and a safety hazard. A great way to start. We decided to walk along the dirt road that we were paralleling and hope someone would drive by who we could bum a lighter off of. We got lucky, dinner was saved, a pick up drove by that ...
... we went to put our swimmers on, there were lots of adults in the pool but they weren't too happy to have children disturbing their quiet morning! There was also a spa which we had a go in and it was really hot and there was also a children's pool with lots of water spouts.
After our swim we packed our bags and our van and were on our way we drove down the lake and went to Sand Harbour which is a famous bit of sand because ...
... equipment to help with the fire and they had set up areas to inform people about the fire on the side of the road. They had blocked off all the little parking spots on the side of the road where you would normally take photos of the park for safety reasons but people were still stopping right on the road to take photos of all the black trees. Madi wondered what had happened to all ...
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 ...
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