A Day at June Lake then North

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September 23rd 2019
Published: October 25th 2019
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We were not in a huge hurry to leave the Sierra’s but did want to get on the road. Since we had to go back down to Bishop in order to get onto Hwy 395 it only made sense to stop at Schat’s for some breakfast goodies.

We had intended to go to Mammoth Lakes and look around. One of Dale’s old co-workers had recommended that we go there, that it was one of the most beautiful places on earth. I was sure we went there before but then when we looked at the map, wasn’t so sure. But, unfortunately for Mammoth Lakes, when we got to June Lake, we decided we really wanted to stop there instead.

We found a nice camping spot with a view of the lake and set up our RV and the site. There were few people camping so we had most of everything to ourselves.

After lunch we walked down to the lake in order to shoot photos. The sun wasn’t great but it was good enough. I haven’t gotten into the photos on my Canon so there is no guarantee of quality. We spent the afternoon walking thru the campground.

Because we only had 1 day and night left in the Sierra’s we had to get back on the road after a leisurely breakfast. We had a 6-hour drive to Nate and Bekki’s house and we wanted to be there by dark.

We arrived at Nate and Bekki’s in time for dinner. We brought out a bottle of wine and were ready to continue our vacation.

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