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... Whilst driving through the park I approached a bus that was stopped with its hazard warning lights on so I waited for a bit then realised it wasn't going anywhere so started to overtake it when suddenly this little round woman with the most ferocious face jumped out of the bus she was literally exploding with fury and shouting and screaming at me - it was hilarious, the next thing she flings open her shirt - thank The Lord she had a ...
... all around us made for a great moment. The Motel provided a straightforward but great breakfast, then we loaded up and headed out for another day in the saddle! Our routines were pretty slick now, so packing and loading and getting underway didn't take long at all. The journey was north and aimed to get us to Yosemite National Park where we would be staying in The Yosemite Lodge on the Falls. For what seemed like ...
... on down the US95 towards the i395 south of Bridgeport. We drove past Mono Lake with it's strange contorted tufa spires appearing to grow out of the water. They were formed when calcium from underground springs came into contact with water in the lake to form limestone. An unexpected, surprising vista en route.
We drove onwards and upwards onto the Tioga pass and into the Yosemite national park. A beautiful, long, scenic drive over the mountains. Past ...
... and get on the road to Monterey. Where we found an apartment for twelve nights. Kirsty can't wait to unpack properly and 'sort' everything out. It was impossible to just drive past Hollister so we took the turning off and had lunch there. Not exactly what we expected but we didn't need a torch. It was here we realised that we had now traveled for 5 weeks which was almost a 1/3 of our trip done already. We have seen so many amazing things. What will the rest ...
... the draw of the big granite cliffs and waterfalls pulled us to make a few stops. The last time we were at this area was last week it was foggy, cool and by the end drizzling. Now it was sunny and in the high 70s with a nice breeze.
I made Terry stop at the Tunnel overview again to look into the valley. We realized that all you see are trees and you don't realize that under those trees are roadways, people walking and riding bikes, buses, cars and motor ...
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