Check the weather forecast here!
http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.ph ... -118.97111
What a seriously awesome season its been!
And this is all on top of the 6 feet piled up over the last three days! OMG!
Rent a town house,
Rent a condo,
Rent a room!
Heck sleep in your car;)
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Or @ http://www.lejena.com/ to find vacation properties for rent directly from the owner at the beach, desert or other mountain resorts!
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Cool stuff like No Blackout Dates! Discount tickets for your friends, on events. golf, mountain biking and free gondola rides in the summer. Mammoth Mountain Ski Areaís MVP12 goes on sale April 1 for a limited time and with a limited quantity. If you snag one you can start using it in May and right on through the 2011/2012 winter.
Combine the Mammoth Mountain least expensive pass season pass, $659 for 19yrs and older,(half that for seniors and children!) with a Mammoth Rental by Owner and you gotta a whole lotta mountain fun for notta a whole lotta money!
Git er done!
Check us out @ http://www.mammothrentalbyowner.com and @ http://www.lejena.com/
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As Japan and the Pacific Rim region reel in the devastation from today's earthquake and subsequent tsunami, Travel Guardģ North America will provide emergency travel and medical assistance services to all U.S. and Canadian travelers and their families affected by the disaster.
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http://nevada.sierraclub.org/rolgroup/index.html You donít have to be a member to join an outing just make sure the outing is within your physical limits.
From the Sierra Club Range of Light Group for Inyo and Mono Counties:
2010-2011 Winter Outings - 10:00 AM Thursdays and Sundays:
Thursday morning snow shoe and cross-country ski. Every Thursday starting January 6th and running through April. We will generally cover 3 to 5 miles and be out about 2 Ĺ hours, but are flexible depending on the strength and desires of the group. We concentrate on conditioning, technique, and learning about our local natural history and conservation issues. All skill levels welcome. We like to help beginners get started. Bring water, snack, ski equipment or snowshoes, sunscreen, sun glasses, hat, gloves, and layered clothing.
Sunday Ski and Snowshoe Tours. Every Sunday starting January 9th and running through April if the snow lasts. Last year we switched to Saturdays in May so watch your next Trails for details. We will generally cover 5 to 7 miles and are back about 3 PM. Intermediate or advanced beginner skill levels and endurance required. Snow shoeers must be able to keep up, but based on past experience this is usually not a problem, particularly up hill. Most of these trips will spend some or most of their time off groomed trails. If you are unsure of your abilities try a Thursday morning trip first. Dress in layered clothing and be prepared for changeable weather. Bring sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, gloves, lunch, water, and ski or snowshoe equipment.
Both Thursday and Sunday trips will meet at 10:00 AM at the parking lot behind the Union Bank in Mammoth. There may be a secondary meeting area closer to the trailhead, so check your ROL e-mail newsletter, the ROL website or call a leader. Most track or touring cross-country skis will do fine, but wax less pattern skis seem to be easiest. The new lightweight snowshoes are generally preferred. Rental equipment is available all over Mammoth if you canít find the pine tar for those old boards. Abominable Weather Cancels. For more information contact John Walter (firstname.lastname@example.org) (760-934-1767) or Jean Dillingham (760-648-7109) (jdill@qnet .com).
Consider joining the Sierra Club!
Since 1892, the Sierra Club has been working to protect communities, wild places, and the planet itself. We are the largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization in the United States. And our founder, John Muir, appears on the back of the California quarter.
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