Lake was one of my favorite places--a real retreat. No hotels,
no campgrounds, no lake-side camps, no boats, no traffic, no crowds.
6, 7, & 8
3 nights. One night when I went to sleep, the lake was very
calm. But as the wind picked up, white caps appeared on the
lake, and I had to get up to move my tent back away from the shore
about 15 feet because the waves were almost reaching it.
nights were pitch black. Not a light to be seen, except for
the stars. (and the reflection of my car tail lights & license
of ancient trees from a time when this area was covered with
planned on coming to Pyramid Lake last year. But wasn't able
to fit it in.
I had made it here, I could not leave without seeing "The Stone
Mother" that I had seen and read about on the Internet during my
road trip research.
is the road that leads to the Stone Mother. Once again, my car
was put to the test...
isn't too bad yet.
saw one other vehicle--a pick-up truck.
were a few cows wandering around also.
the way, I noticed this little sign up on the hill, so I got out of
my car to check it out.
in the left hand corner it reads, "Radioactive Waste".
didn't read anything about that during my research.