It’s good to be back in the desert again.
The crew and I come down off the mountain from Hartley Springs Campground early this morning, towing the Best Little Trailer. We backtrack to Mono Lake to see it one more time. I make the turn to go to the Southern Tufas. Several warning signs convince me it’s not a good idea to take the BLT any further on that road. I turn around, get back on Highway 395, and head south.
What a beautiful stretch of road!
And what anguish not having a working camera to photograph the magnificent mountains of the Sierra Nevada! Around noon we reach Lone Pine, California, and are pleased to see the townsfolk arranged a festival for our arrival. I park the Perfect Tow Vehicle next to the town park and we browse the booths selling handmade jewelry, pottery, tooled leather items, metal art, photographs, etc.
I learn this is the last day of the three-day Movie Festival.
After watching part of the festival parade, the crew and I find a place to set up camp. The view is pretty nice, wouldn’t you say?
It looks like this photo only without the snow.
I’ll have to continue this post later. I’m in town for internet and the crew is driving me nuts in the PTV. I probably won’t be able to post again until tomorrow. We’re going back to our desert home. I plan to camp on this BLM land for the next two weeks.