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We stopped off beneath "Cathedral" in a picnic spot. We had some lunch and forded the river to a beach on the other side. After a little sunbathing we went for a proper dunk. The water was chilly but it was amazing to splash around with that backdrop. Every time we looked up we were continually surprised by the scale of the scenery.
We hopped back in the RV and headed ...
... we arrived too late as the last show was finished so we walked around the shop instead. Whilst browsing our eyes were caught by the wild deer walking around outside. It walked towards the restrooms. Nice surprise for someone walking their hands. It was almost time to get back on the road so we sat on a bench in the shade just taking in the atmosphere. We decided it was time to find a hotel for the night so we headed back to the car. After leaving the ...
... Lake. I looked on the map in the room and found Bass Lake had a resort with a restaurant and that there was another place not far away called 'Raymond'. I thought we would visit Raymond and then perhaps go to Bass Lake for dinner.
Fortunately there was another lady called Julie who helped me organize a day tour of Yosemite. I took several phone calls back and forth to get us picked up at 7.30am rather than the 6.30 first suggested. ...
... was informative and well displayed. The museum also has a working stamp mill. This is a large machine that processes the ore and after it is stamped "pulverized" it blends with water then runs over copper plates coated with Mercury. The machine is used for demonstrations for group tours. We then decided to take the back roads to a small town called Raymond (since it was Terry's dad and our grandson's name). It was surprising the number of ranches small and large ...
... hotels in the US, it was more or less dark, and they made us sign a thing that said we’d bear-proofed our car. “It’s not really that big a deal though, right?” I asked the guy on the desk. “There aren’t really any bears, are there?” He looked at me in my Grand Canyon hat and sighed (inwardly, he was actually very polite). “There’s a mamma bear and her cub over the road, and another bear living in the golf course, so yes, it is ...
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