Filling In The Gaps

Hey friends! As we mosey right along it’s hard to keep up with all the bits. Days fly by from forest to city to desert and going in and out of inter web connection.  So now we sit just outside of Death Valley waiting for our car to be fixed, (brake trouble) and it seems a perfect time to recap what we’ve been doing.

Crater Lake:

The Pinnacles
Crater Lake-not the clearest day, but still quite beautiful
Look! It’s a Nate!

 

Stunning trees on our drive out of the park.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Redwoods:

Magical, stunning, breathtaking.
More on this enchanting place later…

San Fransisco:

The city was a bit jolting after being in the woods, but we adjusted quickly and enjoyed China Town, Haight-Ashbury, Golden Gate Park, and saw “Lucky” Harry Dean Stanton’s last film, which you should check out if you want to cry a little.

The city was a bit jolting after being in the woods, but we adjusted quickly and enjoyed China Town, Haight-Ashbury, Golden Gate Park, and saw "Lucky" Harry Dean Stanton's last film, which we recommend seeing.
We’re really great at selfies

Santa Cruz:

The Lost Boys, another 80’s cult classic that I love was filmed here.

Yosemite:

What can I say, I love trees.
El Murphy sizes up El Capitan.
It’s hard to see, but there’s two people climbing up. Whoa.
Looks like clouds, but it’s smoke from the fires.
Viewpoint heading out of the park. Nate likes it, even though he’s wearing pee pants and was cut off mid-stream. And he’s cold:)

 

 

 

 

 

Sierra’s:

Out of Yosemite, we headed to the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. It’s a sight to see. If you find yourself in this area, be sure to not check out La Casita in Bishop, CA. It’s a terrifically horrible saloon with deliciously putrid mexican food and wonderful people.

A hike through the Lundy Canyon, in the Inyo National Forest.
Look closely, Nate is scampering down the rocks. I’m not gonna lie, I had a couple scary moments climbing where the rocks slipped underfoot. I decided to not climb any higher.
Stunning grove of Aspen trees.
Canyon view.

Death Valley:

Zabriskie Point
Nate, clearly enjoying himself. Just look at that face.
Much better, he says.


 

 

 

 

 

 

And that brings us to this very moment, enjoying a cold drink while we wait on our vehicle, in a lovely place called The Hubb.

Nate pretending like he’s writing the next post.

 

Till next time, beautiful people, thanks for reading. In the meantime, we will be sleeping in small spaces, brushing our teeth with black widows, and helping tarantulas cross the road. Stay tuned…

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