Dunbar House, 1880
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in the park, you have to hire a bear canister ( big metal box ) to keep all your food in. Seems, if they can smell it, they sneak in and polish off the lot! Drove back to our hotel ( Charlotte ) in Groveland. Very quaint. Had some great cocktails in their fab bar and a nice meal afterwards. Very little to do here so decided to move on to Fresno ...
... our next Airbnb so it was decided to turn around and head off. It was dark by the time we found our home for the night. Kelsey is a Park Ranger and Nick is a National Parks Law Enforcement officer. They both have done quite a bit of backpacking in New Zealand so we had a good chat about various tracks. I think we have convinced them to go to and see Nepal.
Yes Nick DID ...
The boys survive the night and wake up in one piece. Gretchen tries to hit the streets for a run, but on venturing out to a cold frosty morning and running out of footpath and sharing the side of the road with too many big trucks, returns about 25 minutes later, figuring Sacramento might be a safer spot with some footpaths. We venture off to breakfast and the boys are treated to Mickey Mouse pancakes. They are very excited and the pancake is ...
... still then set in so we decided to start exploring Yosemite and made our way to Hetch Hetchy, which is actually a man made reservoir and dam surrounded by non man made mountains and is one of the most beautiful places we have ever seen. We just had a slow walk around the area rather than taking a hike as it was quite late in the day by this point, and the idea of hiking around lots of dangerous wildlife and no one knowing where we were did ...
... 8211; reached via Tioga Road – is only accessible in the summer months. After Milly's laboured grind up the never-ending climbs, it's clear why. Tioga Pass itself sits at 9954 feet (3031 metres) with our destination of Tuolomne Meadows resting at 8575 feet (2614 metres) – not an area I'd be keen to plow in the depths of winter... The +/- 85 mile return journey from our camping spot in Hodgson Meadows offered scenery of forests, lakes, granite domes and expansive ...