38038Re: [John Muir Trail] RE: Transportion
- Feb 7, 20147. Fly home.6. Ride ESTA bus to Reno Airport5. Hitch into Lone Pine.4. Hike out to Whitney Portal.3. Next day ride the YARTs bus into Yosemite.2.Ride ESTA bus to Lee Vinning or Mammoth Lakes1. Fly into Reno.Eric,You could also:On Fri, Feb 7, 2014 at 12:38 PM, LEBRUN <bnslebrun@...> wrote:4. Then ride the YARTs bus to Yosemite.3. Ride the ESTA bus to Mommoth Lakes.2. Leave vehicle at the Dow Villa overflow parking lot (free).1. Drive to Lone Pine and stay at the Dow Villa.Eric,You could:5. Hike out to Whitney Portal.6 Hitch into Lone Pine (easy and fast).3 and 4 will have you in Yosemite valley by Noon same day.On Fri, Feb 7, 2014 at 12:12 PM, eric schultz <meathead505@...> wrote:Hi,I live in Phoenix, Az. Other than flying from Phoenix to Mammoth and staying the night in Mammoth what are my other options?1. Phoenix to Reno. Then what?2. Phoenix to San Francisco. Then what?3. Phoenix to Oakland. Then what?4. I can drive, but between paying for transportation between trailheads and the gas to get to Yosemite, I think I can fly for less. Less not only from a money standpoint but a time standpoint as well.ThanksEricFrom: "rstrimbeck@..." <rstrimbeck@...>
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Subject: RE: [John Muir Trail] RE: Wildflower session on JMTA prof of mine at UVM, did some of his early work on bumblebees. He showed that they have a countercurrent exchange heat mechanism that allows them to keep their flight muscles warm so that they are active at low temperatures in the spring or in arctic-alpine ecosystems. He is the proud recipient of a Golden Fleece Award (for wasting taxpayer money) for "taking rectal temperatures of bumblebees".
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