Wednesday, November 4, 2015
On the Road Abode: Trading a zip code for a toad - Wrapping Up Our Time in Lone Pine - Leaving the Sierras for Now
From the site: On the Road Abode: Trading a zip code for a toad - Wrapping Up Our Time in Lone Pine - Leaving the Sierras for Now
Nine days went by too fast, and if there weren't a wedding and a grandbaby to get to, we'd have extended our time here. Wednesday is another attempt at locating fish. Which means we find some more really awesome boulders and views and dirt roads....but no fish. I suggest we go look for rocks and see if fish show up.......I lost my lens cap and thought maybe it was when we were at Eric and Laurel's campsite, so we start the day at Tuttle Creek Campground. No lens cap, and although there's water in the creek, it is too narrow, and moving too fast for fishing. The trees and brush are really thick as well. Since Bill left the machete in his other pants, there is no way to access the water.From there we head east where the map looks like th ...Read more...
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