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... quite narrow. We did achieve our goal of seeing the lower cascade (lower trickle at this stage) but not before Margie tried to swap her rustic walking stick for some walking poles from a hiker returning from a 28 mile round trip to a lake in the Upper Sierra.
Afterwards we explored the village a bit more on the trail of caches before heading to the Old Yosemite Village to see the covered bridge. This was a bit of a highlight - a heap of ...
... birthday cake.
Dinner was worth the wait (because of the day trip, it wasn't on the table til after nine) but there was plenty of nibbles and wine to keep us going, and the meal was a triumph.
While Robyn was cooking, we hooked up a Skype chat with Steph in Melbourne. It was lovely seeing her (& Mick because we used his account) Meghan was out, and Alex was away for the weekend so we'll have to catch up with them later.
After the meal, we settled ...
... Most of the National Parks are in the western US. We are extremely fortunate to live so close to so many of them.
Yosemite is about 40 miles from Bridgeport, where we spent the night. The highlight of today's journey will be our visit to Yosemite.
There's much to see on the way to Yosemite.
We leave Bridgeport early – about 7:45 am – on our way to a mammoth family reunion. More on that in ...
... in Yosemite Village. You could easily spend a week or more here and find plenty of things to do.
It wasn't until we started to leave the Yosemite Falls area that we looked back and could see both the upper and lower falls in their full majesty. It is really a spectacular sight. Even though they are somewhat diminished by the drought, there is still plenty enough water to call them spectacular. As we headed ...
... in the valley.
It it was a nice drive to Oakhurst through rolling hills and little traffic. We arrived in the little "census designated district" and checked in to a very large Best Western. Nice room with 3 queen beds, one in a separate area. It will suffice for 2 nights. We ordered pizza. Did the laundry. Matthew and Tom went to the pool. All is good. Stacey even encountered a deer on her way to the pool. Exciting. We only go out in pairs now.
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