Last Few Sunsets At June Lake, CA
We’re coming down to our last few sunsets at June Lake. We would probably be gone already if it weren’t for our bladder shipment…waiting, waiting…you see after 2 weeks of nicely warm weather, temps have started to plummet to the mid-20’s overnight. Although we’ve done colder, this is pretty much the edge of what the cats will accept. In fact they are already complaining and our handy dandy cat thermometer = cat stickiness is approaching infinity…a sure sign of imminent feline mutiny. Since we’re all about the paws in this house, that means we’ve gotta move on. RV Sue came to the same conclusion just a few days ago as she passed through the area (we just missed her!), so as soon as that darn package arrives (scheduled tomorrow PM) we’re going to follow suit down to lower elevations.
But that doesn’t take away from the time we’ve had here. The color change this year has not been as dramatic as it was last year, probably because of the warmer-than-usual temps, but it’s still been absolutely outstanding. We’ve hiked stunning lakes, enjoyed perfectly sunny days and drowned a fair few glasses of wine with our buddies Lu & Terry. We even went back and hiked Virginia Lakes again (just today in fact) simply because it’s just so darn special. Our next stop from here will be Bishop, CA only ~60 miles south, but ~2,000 feet lower (so undoubtedly warmer) and we’ve got more adventures planned there. In the meantime I’ll leave you with a few last pics of our wonderful time here….
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