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... trip home.
SATURDAY 5/31 and SUNDAY 6/1-These two days are our (or should I say my) cleaning days and although we are traveling there are bills to pay and accounts to reconcile.
We were surprised to read that Half Dome and not El Capitan was the most recognized with tourists. This park was the highlight of our trip, so far, although it was a lot of driving for Terry. So now our top 3 parks are: Yosemite, Canyonlands and Yellowstone tied with ...
... selling their wares and then food for nourishment. Walked around there, stopped at an antique store and then headed for home. The weather was in the 90's so we relaxed at the motorhome.
SUNDAY 5/25-Today was a lazy day. The one problem with being on Pacific Time is that live events start EARLY. We wanted to see the Indy 500 so we had to be up before 9am. We also usually watch Formula 1 Monte Carlo but we didn't get that station. By the time Indy was over ...
Today we finally got into Californian time and managed to get up early and were on the road by 7.30am. We drove up to the Yosemite National Park which is 6000ft above sea level.
It was quite a beautiful park filled with breath taking scenery and lots of trees and sheer cliffs as well as snow. We saw a lot of ...
... trolley seating or open cars that are actually seats made of huge split logs. It is quite cold outside, about 5 degrees C but we still choose the unique open seats. The ride there passes through tall trees that are about 100 years old. The conductor tells us the history of logging in the area and how the Sugar Pine Logging company clear cut ...
... to the Tenaya Lodge while we were traveling but prior to us finding out about the shutdown. Luckily we did this because although the lodge is only a few minutes from Wawanonah, it is not run by the park and so remains open. Now could we get to the lodge? The Tioga Rd ...