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... stories about the park. It was hard to take it all in due to the heat. It was about 35•C. After the tour we decided to take a walk to get a better view of the Yosemite falls. For a while we just stood and watched the last of the water falling over the cliff side. They expected it to dry up within a week. It was very tempting to stand underneath and cool down. We then took a walk to Yosemite Village half expecting to see the short films we had heard ...
... and a road kill one being fed on by a Red Tailed Hawk. Didn't stop for a photo though. Bass lake wasn't as beautiful as the lady had suggested - at least not the bit we saw. It was PACKED with people so we decided to not try to get in for dinner but go back to Oakhurst for Mexican instead.
There were two Mexican restaurants in town. One claimed to be authentic and the other offered free margaritas with some meal deal, so we went ...
... area and sad that many are for sale. We made it to Raymond which consists of the Post Office, General Store and Bar (what else do you need). Sent an envelope to our grandson since it is hand canceled in Raymond (plus we have to keep the Post Office afloat so those retirement checks can keep coming).
WEDNESDAY 5/28-Today we left late because our objective was to make it to the Yosemite Valley Visitor Center and Museum that we were unable to find last ...
... past. Great idea, I said, with relief. So we struck out again, going up and away from the falls.
Up, and up. I thought we would have to run out of up before long, but lo and behold, every time we turned a corner, there was more up. After about half an hour we passed some hikers going the other way and asked them how long we had left to get back to the car park. They looked at us and said ‘You’re going the wrong way. You need to go back and go down ...
... later in his life kept a studio there) then moved up the road. Also at this entrance is the Wawona Hotel which was opened in 1859 and was originally called Big Tree Station. They changed to Wawona using the Indian name for Big Tree. The Glacier Point Road was closed, I guess due to the weather, so we decided to go to the Valley since that is where all the scenic items were located. First Terry stopped to top off the gas tank and paid $5/gal. The low clouds are coming ...
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