Mono Lake, part 1

After riding through the snow on the dirt road from Bodie to Bridgeport on Thursday, on Friday I had time for a morning ride before I needed to drive back home to Santa Rosa.

Mono Lake was only about thirty minutes away by car, albeit in the wrong direction. Not having explored that area in many years, despite the added driving time I decided to motor to Lee Vining and pedal along the south shore of the lake on unpaved forest roads. There are no trees around, but they’re called forest roads because they’re within the boundaries of the Inyo National Forest.

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3 response to "Mono Lake, part 1"

  1. By: MrGrumby Posted: June 20, 2019

    Stop! My eyes hurt from the scenery!!?!
    Wow, what a stunning place to ride.

  2. By: Lednar De Nalloh Posted: June 21, 2019

    Great cycling spot with views everywhere, Tufa s and mountains, what a combination.

    • By: Bill Stone Posted: June 21, 2019

      In a spot like that, it’s possible to take good photos even with thumb accidentally over the camera lens. 😉

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