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Notch at Grandview Campsite, White Mountains

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This campsite is open to the public near the end of a bumpy dirt road. It is part of the Grandview Campsite, with no water or facilities, but great peace. When on a pilgrimage to the Bristlecone forest, this is a fine place to stay while you get used to the altitude, at 8000 feet up. From here you drive up the ridges of the White Mountains to the Bristlecone Forest, the Medicine Wheel, and beyond.


June, 1996. When I discovered the Grandview altar at the notched rock, I saw a lizard. It was looking away, but when I asked for communication, it turned and scrambled toward me. It came to the closest point on the rock face, and looked me right in the face! We stood staring for an unmeasurable length of time. I asked his help, sent and received love, and communed on sub-being level.

Pictures of the Notch

The notch is a rock at Grandview campsite in the White Mountains of California. Specifically it is a cutout and natural altar in the top edge of the large rock. Looking through the notch, beyond the Hopi Tea plants, see the Sierra Mountains. You are looking over Owens Valley and very near the Ancient Bristlecone Forest. Click on any picture to popup a new window with an enlargement. The picture of Elizabeth is from 1994. The other pictures are from 1996. See you there!

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