Amazing Hikes near Bishop, California – #SUMMER2019 Episode 18

Amazing Hikes near Bishop, California – #SUMMER2019 Episode 18

– [Robert]
Strategically located at the crossroads between
Death Valley and Yosemite, is the town of Bishop, and
that’s where we’re going today. We’re about to see
some the most stunning alpine landscapes that
Sierra Nevada has to offer. We’ll eat at the local
eateries and drink at the local breweries
as we continue driving the Eastern
Sierra Scenic Byway US395. (upbeat music) ♪ I’m riding ♪ Riding in my RV ♪ Wherever I want to be ♪ Because I’m free in my RV – The farther north
we travel on the 395, the more stunning the
landscape becomes. We’re here in mid-July
and it is pretty hot down here in Owens valley
so I’m looking forward to hitting some higher ground. A couple of days ago,
coincidentally at Vidcon, I met someone from the
Bishop area visitor’s bureau and she invited me
to visit the town, and they’re hooking me up. They are getting me a free
RV site at the fairgrounds and lots, lots of information. It looks like a lovely town. It has that touristy
town look without being overtly tourist-trappy,
if you know what I mean. Just enough shops
and restaurants. Its main attraction is
the nature surrounding it, hence it’s motto, small
town with a big backyard. Here, let’s stop by the
visitor’s center really quick, which, by the way, they
do have RV parking. Just stopped by the visitor’s
center, chamber of commerce, very nice as they usually are. They recommended some
places to visit here in the Bishop area. There’s a famous bakery,
there’s a good brewery, and lots of nature to see,
so it’s gonna be good. The Dutch European
looking building here is Erick Schat’s, the
bakery I was talking about. Here we are, our
home for the night, the tri-county fairgrounds, and they do have a
full hookups RV park. All right, let’s go eat. Let’s have lunch
here at the bakery. Not very busy right now but
it is kind of late for lunch. It is almost 4 p.m. Their breads are actually
supposed to be really good, and they have pastries and
all kinds of good stuff. Well the sandwich
bar was closed. They closed at 3:30, I
guess it’s only lunch. So I got a to go sandwich and
I’m gonna eat it at Minitini, and then we’ll go explore. By the way, really
good sandwich. Hit the right spot for sure. It is quite a beautiful
drive going up through the mountains,
through Bishop Creek Canyon. Here’s Four Jeffrey,
one of the campgrounds. Check it out, a waterfall. Have I ever told you how
much I love the mountains? ♪ Riding riding ♪ My RV – [Robert] This here to
the left Parchers Resort, and to the right, South
Fork Bishop Creek. ♪ Riding riding – [Robert] Let’s take a break. ♪ My RV – [Robert] Nice
picnic area here. Check out those peaks
here in mid-July. ♪ Riding riding ♪ My RV – Here we are. This is called South Lake. Let’s go for a walk. Well I brought
some of this stuff and it looks like
I’m gonna need it. Let’s go for a little hike. I’m not a big fan of
using bug repellent, but in this case I’m afraid
it might be necessary. It’s beautiful out here. I am obviously not going to do
the whole Bishop Pass trail, we’ll do a segment. It’s absolutely
gorgeous up there. Okay here’s the plan. I’m either gonna do
one mile or one hour, whichever comes first. (dramatic music) What do you think, huh? Amazing. By the way, the
temperature, very nice. It was almost 100
degrees at the valley. Here it’s probably mid 70s. This first part of the
trail, mostly uphill, but not too strenuous. I guess I could have
brought the banana boat. I’d be a yellow speckle
in this big lake. In case you don’t know, the banana boat is what I call
my yellow inflatable kayak. You’ve seen the
banana boat, right? Now that I think of it,
maybe I should have had only half of that sandwich. But it was so good. The views, oh the views. I had no idea. Here we cross just
a little creek, going down to the lake. Gotta tell you, it must
be the high altitude, but I’m feeling it. By the way, lots of bugs, but I guess that expired
bug repellent still works. It keeps getting
better and better. How cool the trail
is, the creek. Let me tell you something. If this thing was just
a little bit deeper I would jump right in. Here the trail goes a little
bit away from the lake. I’ve hit the half mile mark, more or less the half hour mark. I don’t really know
how much longer I wanna keep going. Ooh, the bugs. The flowers are blooming. Fork on the road. If I recall correctly
the shorter trail
was treasure lakes, so that’s the one
that I wanna take. I love the mountains. By the way there is no
cellphone signal up here, but I have a quick tip. If you still wanna be
able to use your GPS and your maps on your phone, look for the offline maps option and just download a map
of the area beforehand. That’s what I do
before coming into one of these remote places. It is just gorgeous up here. All right, I’m heading back. (melodic music) Lots of bugs. Here we are, crossing
the river, the creek. Look at that. What a place, huh? Oh by the way, this trail
seems to be pet friendly. Seen many people with
dogs of all sizes. Oh but they do tell
you on all the signs in no uncertain terms,
there are bears all around. That’s one of the reasons why
I’m talking to myself here, or to my GoPro, because, they
say that when you make noise it deters the bears from… Is that true? I hear voices. There’s still people down there. Let me tell you, I’ve
been pleasantly surprised by this whole area. I was expecting
pretty mountains, but
nothing like this. All right, in total it was
an hour and 21 minutes, 2.38 miles. Let’s check out that
other boat ramp area. Some of the snow
refuses to melt. Let’s just check this out. South Lake launching facility. There’s the dam, and we’ll
just take one last look at those gorgeous mountains. Mm, they have a small
concession here, and they even rent boats. I don’t know how hot
it is in the valley, but up here, 63 degrees. Let’s go back to Bishop. And tomorrow we’ll continue
exploring these mountains and these lakes
and these creeks. ♪ Riding riding ♪ In my RV – And back in Bishop we are. And you know what time
it is, it’s IPA time. Just one, because I
have to work tonight. It is called Mountain
Rambler Brewery. Let’s hope they have a bar. And they do! This is the edge of
reason double IPA. It was very nice. Now, back to work. Well good morning. A little bit of a
late start here today, but you know, things
had to be done. First things first, I’m going
to pass by the post office because I have some
merchandise to mail. (melodic music) Let’s go back to the mountains. It’s so beautiful. Today’s destination is
called Lake Sabrina, although I do believe they
pronounce it Sabraina locally, so we’ll go with Sabraina. We will take a walk
on the dam here and then we’ll do the trail. You know what would be awesome, to rent a boat and
sail this lake, maybe learn how to
fish, but first, it is not something I
want to do by myself, and second, this was
actually not even part of my original plan, really,
not even on the radar. I would have probably
driven through this area, because my goal was, and still
is Yosemite National Park. You know what, I am so
glad they invited me and I decided to stop,
if only for a day, because this has been
one of the highlights of my trip up the 395 so far. (gentle music) This is very pretty down here. All right, let’s go
for a little hike. Sabrina Basin Trailhead, part
of the John Muir Wilderness, which I saw in my air map. It says drones are not allowed, so that’s why I didn’t bring it. Attention humans, you’re
entering black bear habitat. All right, let’s do the trail. Up and up we go. They did say the
wildflowers were in bloom. They sure are. Well believe it or
not this is where I’m going to turn around. I’m a little tired today. Don’t know why. Perhaps because I overexerted
myself a little yesterday. So just gonna
start turning back. This was a beautiful
hike, as you saw. And I did, what, three quarters
of a mile on the trail. That’s what the Fitbit says. Can you read it? Yeah. 0.76 in 22 minutes. You know, I wanna try
to see another lake that is here nearby,
and then I’m just gonna start getting ready to
continue the journey. Absolutely fantastic. Yeah next time I’m gonna
rent one of these boats. Are you gonna say, “Robert,
you’re going too fast, “slow down.” And you’re totally
right, absolutely. But as long as I’m
traveling by myself I wanna cover a lot of
ground in a relatively short period of time. And as you know, this
summer I wanna complete the rest of the lower 48,
the top part of the map. And right now the goal
is to arrive at Yosemite before the weekend. See if I can grab one of those first come first served sites. Otherwise I’ll park outside
and go into the park everyday. Okay, I’m gonna put
the camera down now because it’s… I was gonna say sketchy
but no, it’s not. Actually it’s not bad at all. So as soon as we’re able to
travel together more long term, we’ll spend a lot more
time in these places. At least now I discovered
it, I know it’s here, I can show it to you guys. And I’ll return, one of these days. In a year or two. (dramatic music) It’s beautiful, beautiful. Also, as a solo hiker I
don’t like to do hikes that are too long
or too strenuous. Except for Angel’s Landing, and I’ll probably do
something in Yosemite now. But, in those sites usually
there’s a lot of people around, so if anything happens. But being by myself, you know, I don’t wanna take the
risk of twisting an ankle and staying stranded out
there for hours or days. That’s another thing
to be aware of. All right, we’re almost there. Apparently this is
Middle Fork Bishop Creek. Wow, there’s someone
fishing right there. It is a roaring creek. Well I’m going to go see
North Lake real quick, and then I think our time
is up here in this area. (upbeat music) According to the map the lake
is supposed to be right there but I can’t see it. Beautiful. (melodic music) One of these days I’m
going to get into fishing. Ooh, so many bugs,
and so much beauty. So California, definitely
going up in ranking in my list of favorite states. I mean the landscape is amazing and the variety of landscape, the national parks,
the people are nice, the Pacific Ocean. Lower taxes and drop
a few regulations, you might get yourself
to number one. Yes, it is a two way
road, believe it or not. I don’t know about you but
all this mountain hiking and driving is making me hungry, and I hear there’s this
great burger place in town. This here is the town of
Aspendell, elevation 8400 feet. Actually before we go eat, I
want to check out this area east of town, on the other
side of the Owens River, near Poleta, apparently very
popular for off-roading. We’re going to this place
called Poleta, and this is, I saw another YouTuber. I don’t know if you
remember him, Finding Simon, he has a boat now. I imagine there are some
larger rocks further up because when Simon came
he did some bouldering. Yeah that’s a thing. I think I’ve gone far enough. It was some boulders
or something that this guy encountered
and was climbing. I just wanted to see
the view from up here, and it’s nice. Beautiful. Owens Valley. And the mountains,
oh the mountains. Well, that was enough
overlanding for one day. Let’s go back down to Bishop. One last thing, I’m
getting hungry, lunch time, and I’m going to go
to this burger place that someone actually
recommended on Instagram. (upbeat music) Here we are, Burger Barn. I don’t really see any
parking available right now so I’m just going to
do the drive through. It is not a conventional
drive through, but it works. They told me to
pull forward here but I guess normally you
just stop back there, get off the car,
order at the window. I guess if it’s really
busy they come to you. I don’t know. And they have indoor
sitting upstairs. Here’s the menu, I ordered
the classic with onion rings. Ooh, they have that fan
that sprinkles water. Very nice, very nice folks. 10.25 for a burger
and onion rings. I’ll eat it in the RV and
let you know how it is. I guess they don’t
have all that much, I guess I could have
parked across the street. I didn’t realize
that at the time. Well it smells great. I’ll let you know how it
tastes in a few minutes. Oh wow, this looks really good. Mm, bon appetite. I haven’t had to use
this thing in a while. Remember this? It’s a wrench for the sewer. Someone jammed that
thing real good in there. All right. Well, it’s time to go. One thing I must say about
Bishop before I leave, the hospitality, the people,
super friendly and welcoming, and the scenery is some
of the best I’ve seen. As I mentioned, I stayed
here at the invitation of the tourism bureau, otherwise
it would have been $35, which is not bad. Yeah the fairgrounds,
very centrally located, close to everything. – [GPS] In 1,000 feet turn
left onto North Main Street. – Basically Main Street,
smack in the middle of town. So I wanna thank
the TriCounty Fair, and of course Bishop
area, chamber of commerce and visitor’s bureau. And I wanna thank them for
the invitation of course. Very cool area that I wasn’t
really planning on stopping but I’m glad I did. (upbeat music) Okay, to recap. Using Bishop as a home base
we hiked in South Lake, Lake Sabrina, North Lake, and went up to the
Poleta OHV area. From here on the 395 takes
a more northwesterly route going up in elevation. And now we’re going
to do some more hiking around Convict Lake. There’s one thing
I forgot to visit. Well I’m sure there are many
things I forgot to visit, but one that I really wanted
to see is the railroad museum. Next time for sure. Approaching the
Mammoth Lakes area, isn’t that gorgeous? And there’s Lake Crowley. Here we are, Convict Lake. Let’s find parking. Hey Mr dear, check it out. So why did the deer
cross the road? Well, so I could take
some nice pictures, man. Yeah, beautiful creature. All right, let’s go
for a little hike. I have no idea how long it is, but we’re gonna go
around this lake. And Mr Deer, Mr Deer left. I was gonna take a
picture with Mr Deer. Oh well. (melodic music) The lake, which is apparently
great for trout fishing, got its name after
a group of convicts who escaped from a
prison in Carson City and took refuge around here, so they named it Convict Lake. Wow, look at that. It is called Sevehah
Cliff and it is made out of folded
metamorphic rock. There’s a beach area
here, and let me tell you, I wouldn’t mind jumping
in that water right now. The trail around the
lake, an easy three miles, more or less, in total. Should be a fun
final hike today. I’ve been alternating
walking and jogging a little bit. It’s like training for Yosemite. As I said, it is good training, and much needed
considering I want to do some more hiking in the
next couple of days, and you heard right,
after this we’re going to Yosemite National Park. (upbeat music) Oh, now what? We have to… We have to walk on water? I decided to get wet. It’s really cold, the water. I didn’t see another
way to cross that. Mental note, I have
to buy me some boots or something waterproof. Amazing, huh? Lots of bugs is the
only thing that bugs me. Now I just need to change
into a pair of dry socks. I will be fine. Hello there Mr Deer. I will not be bothering you. And back in Minitini, I am. (upbeat music) I was gonna fly the
drone but it turns out we are too close to the
Mammoth Lakes airport. I’m telling you, there’s
always something. The drone software
wouldn’t let it takeoff. Safety first, right? All right, let’s look
for a boondocking spot around these parts. There’s the airport. Mammoth Lakes here we come! There’s a lot of free
boondocking in this area, but it all looks pretty sketchy, it being such a
mountainous area, and most of it mainly suitable
for campervans or a small RV. That’s what I read in anyways. And my trailer, especially
with the ProPride hitch, it’s pretty low clearance, so
I’ve decided to play it safe and look for a campground. Let’s try our luck
here at Twin Lakes, but as you saw, it
looks pretty crowded. Nope, they have
nothing, as I suspected. Now, let me see how I
can get out of here. Doesn’t look good. All the camp grounds are full. Gonna try Lake Mary and
then if Lake Mary is full we’re going for
some boondocking. Here we are, Lake Mary. Hmm, this is kind of
a narrow entrance. Let me ask the camp host,
because you never know. (indistinct chatter) This would have been
pretty nice, I guess. (upbeat music) No vacancy. No vacancy anywhere. I’m gonna have to improvise. I’m gonna go to this rest area which is 15 minutes
away from here. Very touristy town here. It looks like this is going
to be home for the night. I think this is where
I’m gonna call it. All the camp grounds
were full as you saw, and this is an eight hour
maximum camping rest area. I mean parking rest area. As far as rest areas go, this
is one of the prettiest ones. As I said, it is eight
hours maximum here. I’m probably gonna be like 12, so I just hope I don’t
get that knock on the door in the middle of the night. (melodic music) A pretty quiet night last
night here at the rest area. We got some company. I parked in this area
because I know that area is for truckers and they
usually need the space more than we do. It is like 50 degrees or less. It’s kind of cold. We’re going to June Lake, right about now. (melodic music) Oh, check out the moon. ♪ Riding ♪ Riding in my RV ♪ Wherever I want to be ♪ Because I’m free in my RV ♪ Riding ♪ I’m riding in my RV ♪ Wherever I want to be ♪ Because I’m free in my RV – Yeah, just when you
though it couldn’t possibly get any more beautiful, it does. This is June Lake
right here by the way, another pretty touristy town. We’re not gonna stop. Actually we’re just killing
a little bit of time here before going to Yosemite. I might return in
a couple of days. Here we are, Lee
Vining, by Mono Lake, and here we’re gonna
take the Tioga Pass Road towards Yosemite, but first,
let’s top off the tank. This is a trip that can
only be done in the summer. The Tioga Pass Road will
be closed in the winter, but as I am filming
this on July 18 2019, it is an amazing drive. On the next episode we
will spend a couple of days at Yosemite National Park. Until then, thank you
so much for watching and see you on the road.

82 thoughts on “Amazing Hikes near Bishop, California – #SUMMER2019 Episode 18

  1. I am soooo upset. I was in the Eastern Sierra at the same time you were this past Summer. I would have loved to have said HI to you. Did you notice how many German speakers were in Lee Vining? I guess that was the route to Yosemite.

    PS, for those who see the Tioga Pass cashier house on the last few seconds. That elevation ALMOST 10k. It is hard to breath there!

  2. Robert you say you Love the mountains 🏔 that is exactly why I bought a home in the San Bernardino Ca. mountains brings the peace and tranquility, away from the madness of city life. Your trips truly inspire our family 😊 thank you so much for all you do to please your subscribers 👍🏼 Bless you and traveling mercies on the road. 🙏🏼

  3. It was pretty up there , I was thinking about bears when you up there or other animals. Looking forward to Yosemite tour .😊

  4. something seems different with the editing, and audio in this video. It doesn’t seem as smooth as usual, for me your cuts just aren’t flowing, in fact they are distracting which is surprising because usually they are really good. Sorry to sound negative, but thought you might want to know.

  5. Hello Robert, I really enjoyed this video of Route 395 east of the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains. I'm looking forward to the next episode following your footage of the Tioga Pass Road, truely one of the most spectacular drives in the country. I hope you are able to hike to some of the very scenic waterfalls.

  6. Robert, another great video! Thanks for including the temperature change. Shows you can travel in Summer, yet get Spring temperatures with some altitude. Too bad about the bugs, though.

  7. Absolutely amazing and stunning!!! Me and the family will definitely have to visit Bishop, California the next time we visit Cali!

  8. Absolutely amazing and stunning!!! Me and the family will definitely have to visit Bishop, California the next time we visit Cali!

  9. Robert Love the adventures found you by mistake and have been watching for a short while great show great content love the voice …very well done Bravo!…PS do you write those jingles in your videos lol love them!

  10. Wow !! What a place Bishop is, California has so many beautiful places.I went and explored So-Cal last summer for 3 weeks would love to go back this year.Great video by the way.

  11. Hi Robert, You ought to start a map of each town to show where all the good IPA's are located at in each state you travel in and show it on your Friday live show.

  12. I'm pretty sure I mentioned last year to check out the areas around Bishop when you were going up there and you wouldn't be disappointed 😉
    Oh and btw, it snowed 6" on us this past Thanksgiving day in Lone Pine…

  13. I've been here so many times! So awesome that you went here. I always stop in Bishop on the way up to Mammoth to ski during December 😀.

  14. This was an epic episode so beautiful. Can't wait for yosemite you will love it. I have been there many times and i was there in 1968 the last night they did the fire fall, it was breath taking.

  15. California has to be the most versatile state in the union, or possibly the world. I mean, where else can you find beaches, word class surfing, world class skiing, scorching deserts, pristine lakes, cascade mountains, jaw-dropping national parks, giant sequoias, cosmopolitan cities all in one place?

  16. This is a wonderful video. I giggled, laughed and dreamed of taking my own trip to Bishop. I can hardly wait for the next installment – Yosemite. Thank you Mr. Robert for taking us along on your adventures. ~Sherrie in South Carolina

  17. Hey you got your feet wet this time!! Good job Robert 👍 Dont let alittle water stop you from having an experience.

    Memories 👉 👑

  18. Can't believe you missed Bodie California a Huge Ghost town. Need to add to your next trip and Scotty's castle if its open yet from the floods. There's an old Train town museum just out of Bishop and there are some volcano cones heading towards Mono Lake. I enjoy your show keep up the good work.

  19. Aaaah so many memories! Did this stretch 4 yrs ago and stayed in Lee Vining and took the Tioga pass too, into Yosemite and ended up in Monterey. Love the videos and info, keep em coming buddy👍🙏

  20. So all some stuff to get to see. I’m so jealous that you get to do things like jut Cruising the USA etc luck man. Thanks bro for your blogs so many people who can not get out but can see your blogs and great views.
    Thanks again.
    I am waiting for some money this year ad I need a new car with great gas mileage I am looking at the Toyota Camry hybrid car and I can drive many miles on gas 50 mpg plus. And just use a tent for camping or something like that. ? Thanks again bro blessings and safe travels too

  21. Can I ask you how much is your camper cost ? Did you buy it new and how much does it weight and towing truck do you need to tow it. ? What truck do you have. Engine size etc.
    I am just wondering how much it might cost me for a set up like yours ? Thanks again bro
    Bill in San Diego California

  22. #148 Good morning, Mr. Robert. I was in that area last year. I cannot walk the trails at my age, but really enjoy the mountains. I think I have twenty years over you, but I still like the "Open Road". Thanks again!

  23. Hi,I'm so glad you found the Bishop area it's our favorite place kinda of a hidden gem ! Many others like it to Tom Selleck ,I've seen Richard Dreyfuss at Four Jeffries ,so it's a very beautiful place.

  24. Wow you also made to Convict lake ! This year with much snow and rain lots of water and bugs !but with lake lope ,Tom's Place is pretty cool but probably already busy.

  25. Robert you have enlightened us to some of the most beautiful places in the United States! I hope we can see as many with are minnie!!! Thank you so much. Bobby and Alana Houston Texas!😁😁😁😁ps why would anyone travel outside the USA.

  26. Silver Lake Resort has an RV Park. There is also a campground as well. You drove right passed it. They have a cafe & general store also. Safe Travels.

  27. Bishop was such a great little place. Wonderful views in that area. I never made it up that far north east when I lived out there. This was great. I thank you for sharing it. Your excellent camera and video editing makes it very good. I just feel like I am right with you. As always your comments have lite hearted comedy.

  28. Oh, man, this was just wonderful! I'm so glad you stopped at the Bishop CoC too, so you could experience the beauty of the Lake Sabrina area. I've camped there many times, stood under that waterfall at 3:24 (before that house was built), and done the hikes you did. It is incredibly beautiful, like Mammoth but without the hordes of people, and I loved seeing it with all the wildflowers. The Laws railroad museum is awesome, make sure you visit it next time. If you ever get back to the Mammoth area, be sure to check out the Red's Meadow side of the area, with the awesome view of the Minarets. I have just got to get back to California and make this same trip again before I croak, but thanks for virtually taking me there. 🤗 P. S. Your tiredness while hiking is definitely from the altitude.

  29. "Lower taxes and drop some regulations…California, you might get to #1." Hilarious!

    Love your videos Robert – thank you for posting these during the cold, dreary winter months. Much appreciated!

  30. Another amazing video! Your camera work and editing is the standard we all try to reach. Personally, I thinks its Ileana's influence on you!

  31. Love the idea of staying in a fairground. It's so different from every other stay. The scenery was outsanding.
    Lou & Angie 💚❤

  32. Oh wow!!! Outstanding video, we will be watching this again, definitely one of my favorite videos. The hikes you took and all the scenery were simply breath-taking. Like you said, just when you thought it couldn't get anymore beautiful, it did. The little town of Bishop looks like a wonderful place to visit or even live.

  33. Another flawless video. I do, however, feel the need to exculpate my home state of these insidious charges regarding state policies (not Robert specifically, but other commenters). Simply put, it’s not cheap to maintain California’s vast and diverse landscape; its fertile soil and abundant natural resources. Someone has to pay to preserve the beauty of these coastlines, mountains, lakes, deserts, etc. what’s more is that they have to be made available to the public for all time and away from privatization, hence the regulations. California is practically its own country being the fifth largest economy in the world. This requires a great deal of governance.

  34. Great videos Robert. Can't wait for the Tampa RV show videos. We were very interested in that new Winnebago Voyage that you showed from the last RV show in Hershey. I believe the 27 foot and the 33 foot ones were my favorite. Our family sits down to watch your videos together at night. We all sing along to your songs too. We think you need your own TV show on PBS or something. You are very talented. Thank you for sharing. Hope to see you out in your RV one day!

  35. You went from bon appetit to dumping in 3 seconds flat.

    That part of the US is so unbelievably gorgeous. I've wanted to go there since I watched The Parent Trap, The Long Long Trailer and other shows and movies set there. This is even more beautiful than they were and I'm sure will be even better in person.

  36. Hi Robert, many thanks for sharing yet another superb video here. Another feather in your already richly adorned cap for sure pal. You always manage to make my day with your superproductions. Best wishes and cordial greetings from William across the Big Pond.

  37. 10:40 Yep just started giving surfshark a try. Thanks, hope it don't bite me in the A** had PIA but their support sucks. Thanks for the promo mani.

  38. Simply beautiful. Seen a bunch of states hiking trails the desert mountain . Appalachian mountain. Taught they just isn't any nice out of tourist trails. Now this is my kind of trails. A valley and trail beside the lakes. And nice clean rocks. With fishing.

  39. Stunning scenery – you were clearly entranced by the Sierra Nevada 🙂 Really looking forward to the Yosemite video, one of my favourite places in the States. I felt for you trying to find a pitch for the night – we are very lucky in the UK to have the Caravan & Motorhome Club and the Camping & Caravanning Club network of sites, where you can book ahead online…I think you mentioned that this would be a great help to you in another recent video?

  40. Gosh I wish we were there…. but it is still winter there….The lakes and mountains are beautiful… hopefully we will get to go…take care now.

  41. Beautiful Robert video! I’m currently binge watching a bunch of your videos on my tv 😊 Keep up the fantastic work! 💕

  42. threw me for a loop robert, Mmmm smells good, i will let you know the taste as i get back to minnie tinni then you go right to the tight sewer cap…. that was funny

  43. Thanks for showing me an area in my own backyard that I wasn't aware was so beautiful. I'm a 4th generation Californian and have seen a lot of the state but I thought the area around Bishop was just more hot desert area like Mono Lake. I had no idea it had all those trees and mountains that look like Glacier National Park! I'm going to take my RV and explore that area this year. Thanks for the tip!

  44. Robert try to get hiking boots, shirt, pants, and a brim hat, you will be more comfortable, especially if you are planning to do longer hikes. A gps, cv radio and bear spray will come in handy as well

  45. Fantastic video Robert – enjoyed it all !! That camera in the Minitini is incredibly sharp resolution. Is that a GOPRO also? Just so amazing !!!

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