Pascochris in Laurel Lake
Ode to Ranboze and Bthomas!
Upper Laurel Lake
Making turkey sandwiches at Geobrown's Jeep
Reminded me of the trail into Tully Hole - that's how steep it is!
Coming down the road
Benchmark along the Laurel Lakes road.
See the dragon and scorpion?
Rubber snake in Ben's Liberty.
Kept startling me. :)
Railroad Museum in Laws, CA
Mt Humphreys from Laws
Desert bighorn along SIlver Canyon
A different bighorn herd a bit up the canyon
Thanks to Jeff for snapping this one with my camera since I was on the wrong side of the car
At the Bristlecone Patriarch Grove
The oldest living things on the planet grow right here.
The sky was incredible at this elevation, approximately 11,200.
Blue sky and bristlecone
These trees have been around for as long as 4000+ years
This tree probably started growing around the time Stonehenge was completed
An ancient and clouds
Cachers in the bristlecones
View towards white mountain (hidden behind other peaks)
Nearer to the clouds
An old railstop outside of Big Pine
My favorite reason for geocaching
Finding these hidden spots mere yards from the beaten path.
Cachers and shadow
21st century vehicles near early 20th century ruins
Dinner at Amigos in Bishop. Omnomnomnom.
The morning of day 4 - a quick stop at Tom's Place
Ice cream at Tom's Place
Crowding into the Yukon for a short run to some caches
Taunting and annoying!
View toward the sierra
We left them there, holding up this rock.
At 395 and 120 East
Mono Tufa parking lot seagull
Dust Devil on the far side of the lake
Our last cache of the weekend - an old water tunnel west of Yosemite