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This is a true story about a days adventure in the Mammoth Lakes area Mammoth Lakes is located just south of Yosemite California The Mammoth Lakes valley used to be an extremely active volcanic crater The area is still active but you only feel the occasional tremor There are many hot springs in the local creeks and rivers many of which contain arsenic In the winter Mammoth is a skiers haven The sidewalks will soon be heated due to some new construction This story takes place at the end of summer at the nearby Convict Lake It was a cool and sunny Saturday morning at Mammoth Lakes I stepped out of our trailer and onto the moist ground below my feet Last night it had rained lightly just enough to tease the forest air I looked into the motor home across from ours On the dash board there were 2 small dogs resting with their heads next to each other One was a little black terrier the other just a white ball of fur I walked back inside and grabbed the two leashes for my own two poodles They were whining and whimpering just wanting to dart outside Alright alright Shhh Youll wake them up I was trying the best I could to quiet them down so that they wouldnt wake my family I opened the screen door and was pulled forward by the force of the two of them wanting to get out We walked around smelling this bush and that bush and oh wait we cant forget that tree over there On our way back I stared up at the surrounding mountains They were so majestic I couldnt stop being intrigued by them Today we were going to go hiking in those very giants Back in the trailer my family was up They were preparing breakfast-which consisted of bread scrambled eggs and brown sugar ham When are we leaving I asked as I
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