Inflation, a severe housing shortage and now sky-high gas prices. The hits keep coming for residents in California’s picturesque Mono County. But there’s nowhere else they’d rather live.
LEE VINING, Calif. – About five hours north of Los Angeles and five hours east of San Francisco lies California’s Mono County, a picturesque region known for its towering, snow-capped mountains and close proximity to Yosemite National Park.
It’s also known for gas prices that are so high, AAA headquarters in Florida uses it to comfort other people complaining about their fuel costs.