Before taking the bus back, we stopped at Chuckie Cheese. Our friend Eliza was baby sitting and we were along for the ride. It was just as creepy as I remember.
Between the 4 of us we won over 600 tickets in an hour. It was awesome!
My plan was to get right back on the trail... But when I got back to the Bishop Hostel it was hard to leave. Some old friends where there and the next day was July 4th. There was free food, ping pong and a hot tub. The trail would have to wait a little
Finally getting back to the trail. Back through Kearsarge Pass
It rained on me a lot for this stretch of the Sierra.. But it was still beautiful!
It took me over 2 hours to find dry fire wood. Our camping neighbors were out on a 4 day adventure and had no rain clothes. They were all in cotton, soaked and wet. They really appreciated
I used my ground sheet to cover the wood and keep it dry
I slid part way down this natural granite slide. I got going too fast and almost got swept all the way down. Luckily, my camp shoes are also water shoes and stuck to the slick rock.. I had calculated a 70% success rate if I hadn't been so lucky
Today we had to go over Pinchot Pass. It was long, but not too difficult. Definitely extremely pretty
Dimples showed signs of altitude sickness. We would spend the next 2 days getting her to lower elevation. But for the time being, we camped here.