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... but they must be insane to even consider it. Once we left El Capitan and drove into Yosemite Village itself, the spectacular views surrounded us in every direction. The other most recognizable image from Yosemite is Half Dome - another huge granite outcrop which looks like it was once a dome that was cut down the middle. It overlooks the canyon and is a spectacular sight - such an iconic image, absolutely stunning to see in reality. ...
... more opulent tour than we are having.) We sat outside and had our first lunch which did not involve sitting on logs, covered in dirt after a long hike, which felt quite luxurious.
On our drive home we filled up with gas and helped a fellow tourist understand the rather complex world of US gas stations - perhaps more on that another day.
Our final activity of the day was a swim in the Mercer river opposite the hotel (after Matt went for ...
... 2000 feet... 3000 feet... 4000 feet... Etc.. We are driving up switchbacks over and over. As we go around the turns there are 1000 foot cliffs just inches from the side of the road. Lorraine is gripping the handle with every turn, and I am taking it slow as well.
I'm trying to understand the logic of the great state if California. There are signs in every restaurant and building letting you know about all of the chemicals that are potentially involved. ...
... no surprise) to Tuolomne Meadows - thankfully booking for dinner was for 7:15!
Tuolomne Meadows is at 8600 feet- a net gain of 8882 feet since 1 o'clock yesterday.
Our first bear locker episode. In Yosemite (and wherever bears are) you need to lock away food, drink, toiletries and anything associated with or smelling of food. A right royal pain. The penalty for not doing it? Bear attack on car or person - ...
... of this we are in the Ahwahnee hotel, Yosemite writing this after 2 bottles of Robert Mondavi's best Sauvignon so hopefully you will understand. Anyway where was I? Yea off to Yo - Semite as Sarah likes to call it. First we drive one hour to the beautiful, serene and one of the top 10 photographed sites on Earth, Mono Lake. Not really sure why it's called that but obviously there is only one lake there (as per the geologic norm) but there are loadsa ...
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