Combating the I5 blues by taking selfies with my favorite fuzz butt.
Lunch at the Red House BBQ in Tehachapi - OMG the Indian Tacos. Wheat fry bread is amazing.
To stretch our legs we stopped by Robber's Roost, a rock formation near the junction of 14 and 178.
Thor got to experience his first off leash hike. He was a very Good Boy.
Cool rock formation to wander around and scramble. Closed from Feb thru July for nesting raptors.
View from RObber's roost. Nearby storms are luckily staying away from us (for now...)
Arriving at Tuttle Creek campground amid light sprinkles.
Variable sun and clouds over the Inyos
View towards the Alabama Hills. I'm hopeful with the blue sky poking out, but it doesn't clear up until after dark.
View to the Sierra. Whitney et al are obscured by clouds.
What does it mean???
Sunday morning, I wake up in the back of the pickup to this sunrise over the Sierra.
Lone Pine Peak at Sunrise
My lttle pork chop
Langley (left), LeConte and Corcoran (center), and Lone Pine Peak (right).
Sunday morning, driving up towards North Lake and Lake Sabrina. Forecast is 80% chance of rain/snow, but we decided to head up anyways. So glad we did!
Fall colors at North Lake
Among the aspens at North Lake
Fall colors at Lake Sabrina - not as good as north lake.
Thor walking among the aspens near Lake Sabrina
Fall colors along the road to Sabrina
It snowed! This is me being very excited to feel my first snow of the year.
And this is Thor on the drive back to camp. Pup was exhausted!
Back at camp, our friend Rob brought his pup Molly to visit. Thor was infatuated.