Luck was on our side and Lower Lehman Campground had a few sites that accommodated the Beaver. The sites in the other campgrounds were more for tent camping or truck camping. Sites at Great Basin are a bargain at $12.00 or half price for "oldies".
The little town of Baker which sits near the entrance to the park has a few provisions and gas but you pay dearly for them. I paid almost $4.00 for a head of lettuce. This place is remote.
Lehman Caves is one of the main attractions (along with the Bristle Cone Pine and Wheeler Peak)at Great Basin and a bargain at $10 for a 90 minutes tour ($5.00 if you have the "oldies" pass). There are few restrictions in taking pictures, unlike other caves I have visited.
Rain showers arrived and shrouded Wheeler Peak so I was unable to hike Wheeler Peak this time. The peak is prone to thunder and lightening, so it would not be the smartest thing to do.
The aspens are starting to turn with signs that Fall is just around the corner. It seems summer just started.
There are several trail that that lead through the Bristle Cone pine trees which are the oldest trees known. However, due to the rain I didn't explore them this time, but the short nature trail at the end of Wheeler Peak road had lots of aspen trees just starting to turn color.
We continued on Highway 50 with a quick overnight stop at Salina, Utah.