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So we have arrived at the infamous Kennedy Meadows. It is a well known stop along the PCT as it is the last reasonable resupply before entering the High Sierra mountain range. We were anticipating a two full zero stay to really recharge our batteries and that is what we are doing. All our best people are here at the same time and the store will let you open a tab. Let the fun ...
... and basically everything we as hikers had been lusting for over the last desert stretch. Cherry on top? Coppertone was there as well so we were once again spoiled with root beer floats. It's a ************ trail. We came in early morning, slept all day, had dinner and stayed up late knowing we were planning on hiking out the following day in the early evening once again beating the heat with a night ...
Despite the heat and drought, lupines, violets, Indian paint brush added color to this mountain desert landscape. But water continued to be a problem:
Water from such a pitiful stagnant pool. Filtered using my bandana, then treated with UV "steripen" to glean four liters....Prayed to find water along dried up Cow Creek. Finally found a couple of four-inch deep by two-foot diameter pools. Dick ...
... now and again. We then drove to the supermarket to get stocked up on picnic stuff for the next four theme park days, and then drove the car right down onto the beach of Lake Isabella and opened all the windows and doors (to let a breeze in) and had a picnic in the van right on the lake. Beautiful. A few other vans were doing the same and obviously setting themselves up for a big beach party in the evening. (rather jealous that we can't join in!) We met two guys (one of them ...
... friendly/unfriendly the roads are. We then headed off to the mountains to find Live Oaks, a state park that has camping, according to our map.
The road is bad: no hard shoulder, twisty and too narrow. We've already encountered two instances of road rage. I don't know what they shouted out of their car, but it ended with "...you idiot!" so I assume they were irate at us risking our lives on this narrow road, one we hadn't known was going to be like this until we ...