Rt. 375 in Nevada on way to Mammoth Lakes, California
journal) Right now I'm at the Mammoth Lakes Hostel. Only
one other guy was here. He said he hadn't seen a manager or
anyone since he got here yesterday.
now too so it looks like I have the place to myself.
place is a chalet surrounded by snow topped mountainsl. I set
out this morning from Rachel, headed for Boundary Peak on the
Nevada/California border. When from flat land to huge
mountains in a matter of a couple of hours.
USA book says that this place is usually empty during the
summer. They were right.
is stocked with food (I'll buy my own), they have cable TV, VCR, and
lots of movies. I might watch the news a little bit later.
get the best room in the house tonight. I'm choosing the
private room with the queen-size bed upstairs right next to the TV
I might just skip Yosemite and San Francisco. I'm getting
tired of traveling. I've had enough--the traffic, reading
maps, worrying about where I'm going to sleep--hostel, tent, or car.
about just going to Lake Tahoe from here, then Oregon, Washington,
then go home. I don't want to think about it anymore.
Exhausted. Need shower, sleep.
24: When I woke up this morning, for a moment I thought that I
was home in my own bed, but quickly remembered that I'm in
California--and a long drive from home.
haven't seen a manager. I've got one $20.00 traveler's check
left. I'll just write a check and put it under the manager's