Heading to Bishop, California
The story around this lake is as wild as it looks.
The road took us through a tiny bit of Nevada.
It was surprisingly green. Farms and pastures along the road.
The road wound back to California and we had to wait at a construction zone but the blooming flowers made even that a pleasant experience.
Clear skies and unreal views on the Sierra Navada.
Today we passed Lake Tahoe and visited the wonderfully alien Mono Lake, and drove alongside nearly overflowing creeks and flooded fields to Bishop
Verizon cell network is down in and around Bishop and the hotel Wi-Fi is too crowded to sync and post more pictures now.
The landscape around here makes you feel small. Great times driving around Lake Tahoe.
The Railroad Museum is well worth the visit. So many incredible steam trains on display.
I wonder if we will visit the location of the next macOS Codename by chance. WWDC next week should be fun.
Walking the Financial District. We passed the offices where I worked in 2008, or what's left of it.
We also went to the Farmers Market around the ferry building and walked on to visit the sea lions at Pier 39.
The bridges were shrouded in a bank of clouds, but we got a surprisingly clear view of Alcatraz.
After burgers at In & Out, we went up to Lombard Street and walked from there to China Town.
Time for some rest. This city is basically a cardio exercise and the jet lag is still going strong. Well see more of San Francisco at the end of our trip.
Getting greeted by the SF clouds rolling in.
Only about a week until our trip to California. San Francisco – Sacramento – Bishop – Las Vegas – Palm Springs – Los Angeles – Santa Barbara – Yosemite – Santa Clara – San Francisco.
Visiting National Parks and driving down scenic routes wherever we can.
Here I am blogging for your amusement and my chance to remember things.