Last week was my 98th birthday and boy did we have fun. We had a lot of family around for the week and we went on a few Rhino rides.
Here are some photos from a trip we did to Coyote Flats above Bishop on Monday. Penny, Poncho and Gary came with me and we were out for most of the afternoon. We saw several groups of deer, lots of cool rock formations and some beautiful flowers. Read on for more.
See the hawk eating here?
Here’s Gary checking out this salt lick. We’re not sure if it’s for cattle, placed there by a rancher, or put there by hunters for the deer.
Here’s Gary shooting pictures of an old mine.
Here’s South Lake from way up high. You can see how low the lake is now. The water should be up in that lighter area.
The smoke is from the Fish Fire at Sequoia National Park. If you look closely you can see it built up against the mountains.
That’s an interesting looking creature.
Here are some rocks that somebody laid in the bottom of a spring-fed stream to make it easier to get through. There’s no water left in the spring now, but they did some nice work there.
Here’s our lunch spot. It wasn’t the most comfortable but it got the job done.
On the right is a shot of Poncho sitting on a rock oven. We didn’t cook dinner in there but we could have.