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Old 09-25-2014, 10:46 PM   #15
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Thanks for the message Alan, we go to Mammoth several times a year( for the last 20 years) so we have explored just about everything along the 395 all the way to Reno. We love it up there, only have gotten up there twice this summer due to helping my Mother In law with some medical issues. Take care....Mike

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Old 09-26-2014, 05:59 PM   #16
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The Tioga Pass would be fun with your MH. I would suggest a easy trip down the 395 to Mammoth with stops in Bridgeport and any other place that looks good. My son raced at Mammoth last weekend and said there was no smoke, (1st place). There are several CG's in the Mammoth/June area and the crowds are gone now. The area is just waiting for snow now. There is much to do and see on the east side, go find a natural hot spring with the CRV and relax. Take the gondola to the top of Mammoth ski, golf, fish, rent an ATV, and more. Mammoth RV has paved level suites if thats what you want.

Ha! After driving it in the CRV I am so glad I didn't take the MH across there. Our schedule didn't allow a lot of free time as we have to get back home for some urgent business. Thanks for the suggestions tho.

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