Dunbar House, 1880
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... the creek. Sean and Sheba set out to walk across it. I get ready to take a hundred pictures. They creep slowly out onto the tree and sit down together. They're my favorites. :) We spend a few moments here, before heading back to our packs.
I stop to take in the view again before we head out. The sun is starting to set and the shadows are getting longer. This spot has been a perfect place for us to stop and enjoy being out here. We grab our ...
... receive by bringing dollars to Argentina and using the Blue exchange rate. This will be the first trip in years where we have not relied on ATMs to provide us local currency.
That was probably way too much info for most. But if you wish to know more, the Washington Post has an eleven-year-old five page article about the collapse of ...
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 ...
... smug with ourselves that we were within a stones throw of Yosemite, when we realised that the R.V park we were heading for was in a town called Groveland on the far opposite side of the national park. Though we initially cursed our disorganisation, the fabulous silver lining of this was that we spent the rest of the afternoon on a beautiful stretch of road that skirts the national park. The rest of the journey was a mixture of ...
... three million acres of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, with only a very small portion accessible to the public. He headed for the Yosemite Valley Visitor Center which was about an hour drive into the park over mountain roads that wound around the mountain sides and with steep grades. Our first stop was for a short hike to the base of "Bridalveil Falls", this was a towering waterfall that seemed to come off the top of the mountain, it was a beautiful site to see ...