748[John Muir Trail] Re: car shuttle
- Jan 6, 2005--
You can do what I did and turn around and go back. Do a Yo- Yo.
I know people who finished and made it back to Yosemite, just by
asking for a ride. There are usually climbers heading back to
Yosemite Valley from there so just ask around.
- In email@example.com, thomas taylor <tgtaylor7@y...>
> You wont have any difficulty hitching from WP to YV.
> As long as it is daylight, rides will be pleantiful
> plus you'll get a chance to meet some of the locals.
> I once hitched from Piute back to M Lakes with a local
> and we stopped at his favorite watering hole in
> Bishop- a tavern/bar across from what is now Galen
> Rowell's Mountain Light studio, had supper and a
> couple of beers (O'Doul for me since I was dehydrated
> and had to drive back to the bay area).
> --- Dave <idahomtman@b...> wrote:
> > I would like a car shuttle from Yosemite to Whitney
> > Portal, but I
> > need my vehicle at WP by the end of July. Isn't
> > there someone or a
> > business that shuttles cars. I have arranged
> > shuttles while rafting
> > for years, certainly there is someone out there that
> > offers this
> > service.
> > I was planning on taking the bus back to YV or Reno
> > but after
> > reading about the difficulties involved coordinating
> > schedules, I am
> > not too excited about it. Too bad Greyhound no
> > longer runs their
> > eastern Sierra routes like back in the "old days."
> > Dave
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Bob"
> > <rrichey@c...> wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi. I'm planning on thru hiking the JMT north to
> > south starting
> > > late July or early August, and am interested in
> > arranging a car
> > > shuttle from Whitney Portal to Yosemite. My plan
> > is to take 17
> > days
> > > or so including 1/2 day layover at VVR. I section
> > hiked the JMT
> > 00-
> > > 02 and did the HST in 03 so have a pretty good
> > idea on how long it
> > > would take me. I'm flexible on hiking with others
> > in a loose
> > > confederation, but don't want to share gear. -
> > BobR
> Best regards,
> Thomas Taylor
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