|Вариант 3 гигантского плана поездки по Съерре-Неваде и Большому Сюру - похоже надо уполовинить
||[Jun. 17th, 2016|11:18 pm]
Вариант 3 гигантского плана поездки по Съерре-Неваде и Большому Сюру - похоже надо уполовинить:
Driving - 4 hours
July 2/3 - Motel in Reno, NV
North Lake Tahoe - mixed conifer forest, the riches on Earth
South Lake Tahoe?
Driving - 2 hours
July 3/4 - Motel in Carson City, NV
Gardnerville, NV - to see Pinyon-Juniper ecosystem
July 4/5 - Motel in Carson City, NV
Deadman Creek - to see old Junipers
Long lived, western junipers may easily reach 800 to 1,000 years old. “Bennett Juniper” of Deadman Creek, California is over 85 feet tall and sports a 14-foot diameter. This tree is estimated to be somewhere between 3,000 and 6,000 years old. Longevity is a verb for these trees.
Driving - 3 hours
Best Western $120
July 5/6 - Motel in Bishop, CA
Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest
July 6/7 - Motel in Bishop, CA
Alabama Hills - optional
Red Rock Canyon State Park
Driving - 6 hours
Best Western - $135
July 7/8 - Motel in Morro Bay
Los Osos Elfin Forest
July 8/9 - Motel in Morro Bay
San Luis Obispo, Harmony Headlands State Park - hike
Hearst San Simeon State Park - hike
Slates Hot Springs
Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park
Driving - 4 hours
Best Western Beach Dunes Inn - $110
July 9/10 - Motel in Monterey?
Не, это хрень какая-то получается, надо уполовинить
А вот мой старший сын написал конспект океанской части пути используя википедию:
Los Osos to Monterey
Los Osos Elfin Forest - I would like to visit here since it has many rare species of plants and animals that I have never seen and that I can read what they are and what they do.
San Luis Obispo, Morro Bay - It looks a lot like Monterey with its harbors and landmarks so its a possibility for us to go there.
San Luis Obispo, Cayucos - This place doesn't look that interesting since their is nothing, at least that I found, about the city that intrigues me to go their all but it being a town next to a beach.
San Luis Obispo, Estero Bay - This place looks interesting due to the fact that it has some beautiful landscapes and towns plus some endangered species of animals such as the Morro Bay kangaroo rat.
San Luis Obispo, Harmony Headlands State Park - I think this would be a hike I would like to go to since it has some routes that take us to see many plant species and stunning views.
San Luis Obispo, Harmony - Harmony has several landmarks with their Swiss ancestors and they still have some stuff that they learned from them like their pottery shops and food. It has some landscape you would see in an rural neighborhood with many farms so it may be a place to visit to.
San Luis Obispo, Hearst San Simeon State Park - The park definitely takes my notice with its vast wetlands, riparian zones, and its several undisturbed native plant communities plus it has some scenic overlooks and interpretive panels with information on wildlife and habitat so it is a place I really want to go to.
San Luis Obispo, San Simeon - I would like to go here since it has many historical landmarks and attractions mainly it being the Hearst Castle so it looks like a pretty interesting city.
San Luis Obispo, Ragged Point (Inn) - I mean it looks like a very scenic hotel with it right next to the ocean so you can have very beautiful views of the sea and landscape, plus the hotel doesn't look bad either but it's a hotel so... guess we have to see if we want to spend a day in this area in order to book here but probably no.
Monterey Bay, Gorda - This place looks historical since it has some history and landmarks of the Native Americans but it really depends if we want to go here since we have seen a lot of stuff about them so it's 50/50 to me wanting to go their. Plus don't run out of gas there EVER, since $6.70 for a gallon... uhhh no.
Monterey Bay, Plaskett - Their was really nothing special anout this place with it being just like Cayucos, an ocean side town and that's it.
Monterey Bay, Lucia - It has pretty nice landscapes but the only thing this town has is restaurants and motels with its only unique thing being the post office in the early 20th century.
Monterey Bay, Slates Hot Springs (State Park) - A hike I would like to go to since I have never seen a hot spring and i'm eager to see one, plus the landscape in general looks really scenic.
Monterey Bay, Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park - This hike has many views that are picture perfect and has different attractions and memorials to the many things that happened to this area in the past so it might be a place up for consideration.
Monterey Bay, California Sea Otter Game Refuge - This is a nice place to take photos as we go along the road due to the scenic route and the colonization of sea otters that inherit this landscape.
Monterey Bay, Big Sur - A place that we can just take a few photos of the views and continue down the road since it has some pretty nice views.
Monterey Bay, Notley's Landing - This place doesn't look that interesting since it doesn't have that much interesting background and it only has some scenic landscapes.
Monterey Bay Carmel Highlands - This place is filled with the rich community so it might look pretty nice and it might have some good food and attractions so its a possibility for us to go their.
Monterey Bay, Carmel-By-The-Sea - This is a place worth going to with its museums, libraries, and views that we can look through plus it is very close to the Monterey so we can even go their again if we want to.