Last week our son Poncho and his wife Bev were here and boy, did we have some fun.
We spent a day near Mono Lake and in Adobe Valley chasing wild horses. We spent a day in the White Mountains and saw Big Horn Sheep, The Bristlecone Pine Forest, and the east side of the Whites. We even spent an afternoon in the Buttermilks and a morning with E. Clampus Vitus in Mammoth. I’ve got photos and videos from each of those days on the way.
To start, here is a video of our ride through Buttermilk. Poncho, Brandon and I decided to go for a short afternoon trip into the Tungsten City Hills. The rocks out there look like they were set in place by Paul Bunyon. In one spot, you’ll see some of Paul Bunyon’s rocks that some early settlers built a camp site into. It’s an amazing spot.
Also, higher in Tunsgten City, we went to an old open-pit Tungsten mine that still has a bunch of equipment laying around. We explored that area for a little while and then headed back down to the house.
We’ve got short video here of the afternoon with SLR video, GoPro video, and some still photos. We’ve got the Silver Canyon trip coming up next so stay tuned.