Lake Sabrina, elevation 9,138 feet. This is as high as I got on this trip, and the wind was fierce up there. Nevertheless, there were Japanese tourists all over the place taking pictures because it’s so gorgeous. All I can say is that by this time of the trip my skin was so dry from the drying winds that it soaked up lotion like a sponge soaks up water, and I felt as though my brain was drying out. I sat in the car to paint this because the wind was so strong that it practically blew me away. There are lovely trails all around the lake as well as into the mountains into elevations as high as 11,000 feet. Into and behind those mountains is the John Muir Wilderness with another glacial lake around almost every corner.