It could certainly be considered a case of strange bedfellows.
On one side of the bed, Mammoth Lakes, supposedly filled with affluence and arrogance.
On the other side, Mono County, supposedly rural, not rich, resentful.
When it suits them both, they get along fine.
When it does not, they do not.
Such was the case Tuesday, April 5, when the subject of smelly, dirty garbage revealed the ongoing tension between Town and County.
Garbage, of all things.