#284: More Vintage Mammoth and Bishop Summer Scanned 35mm Slides from Bob and Peg Schotz
Here are more from Bob and Peg Schotz’ collection of scanned 35mm slides.
We posted another set here a few days ago, as well as some others here in June, 2011.
Several of these are of Bob and Peg’s good friends, John and Barbara Haddaway.
John Haddaway was a clever and industrious man that invented an air pump for fish tanks and manufactured them in Mammoth. He was also a photographer and some of these photos are from his collection, which Bob has now. We’ll write up more about the Haddaway family in the future. Bob’s got a lot of great memories about them and their history in the Eastern Sierra. Stay tuned for that.
That’s the end of Bob and Peg’s summer shots. I hope you guys enjoyed browsing through them as much as we have.
This is Bob on top of Donohue Pass, which is the most common route from Tuolumne Meadows to Reds Meadow.
Here are a few from the Minaret Lake area.
This is Bob’s mom Margaret at Woods Lodge, Lake George.
Here is Bob, napping somewhere in the backcountry. He says he still has that pack in his garage.
We think this is the Shadow Lake inlet, above Reds Meadow.
Bob and Peg, having lunch on the trail somewhere.
Here is Thousand Island Lake, at the base of Ritter and Banner.
This is Peg up Convict Canyon.
Headed up the Crest from Lake George in the fall.
Here are Bob and Peg with Dorothy and Rudy Sauser on the porch at Lake George.
Here is another from Thousand Island Lake.
This is Bob and his dog, Salty, above Horseshoe Lake.
This is a house Bob built for John Haddaway near the Mammoth Bluffs. Haddaway bought the land from the Arcularis family, but it has since change hands and this house is no longer there.
That’s the Mammoth Lakes Basin road in the background, below Mammoth Mountain.
Here is another from Woods Lodge at Lake George. That’s Bob and Peg with the Sauser family, Jay Paxton, Stan Spurgeon and Phil Aberle.
Here is Peg with Dave Foster who was a builder in Mammoth for years.
This is the Long Lake area.
Here is John Haddaway’s wife Barbara at Lake Mary.
Here is another of Barbara Haddaway at Horseshoe Lake.
Here is another from Woods Lodge.
Here is John Haddaway making photos somewhere near Crystal Lake.
I think this is Dorothy Lake, above Convict Canyon.
This is Barbara Haddaway looking into Inyo Crater.
I think this is Tioga Pass and the Tuolomne Meadows area.
A Mammoth classic, Rainbow Falls.