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... a kilometre long tunnel, where the Mustang started growling. Driving back to the hostel was a struggle as the car ran very low on fuel, by the end it was mainly running on fumes. Being jammy, on less than 5 miles of petrol in the middle of nowhere a petrol station appeared on the horizon. Struggling no more we found a pizza diner on the edge of town, ordering the biggest pizza we could a huge meat feast. Couldn't finish it so we boxed it up for ...
... this seems way over the top.
On we went.
The second road the 89, was now open, so we turned left and climbed... fast. Before long we were at over 8000 feet. Was the road covered in snow? Were there piles of snow each side of the road?
And I do not believe that it had all just disappeared in the last 2 hours, either.
This road was a delight to drive, and led us eventually to a smaller one, the 4, which had all sorts ...
... became a chance for me to throw a small amount of snow at Chris, Richard then decided to throw some at me and OMG it went all down my top- freezing! So I put some down his back and we all got back in the car amazed me had seen snow at Yosemite. Little did we know that as we climbed higher the whole place was still covered in snow and when we reached parking for the trail to the lake it was like a winter wonderland. We all climbed out of the car in our shorts ...
... have been snow-covered and almost impenetrable at this point of the year but the California drought meant no snow yet. It was still much colder than San Francisco and parts of the carpark were coated in treacherous ice which had me doing my best penguin impression to cross unscathed.
The visitor centre turned out to be much more difficult to track down then we expected and we found ourselves driving in circles for a while until ...
"I think you will like the site that I have chosen for you, 55A," the ranger said as we checked into the Tuolumne Meadows Campground at Yosemite National Park. Indeed. Nestled among Lodgepole Pines with a great view of Lembert Dome, 55A was probably the best campsite in the whole park and certainly the most beautiful of our entire trip. We would spend five glorious days here, ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHighland House Bed & Breakfast Mariposa
In the middle of the forest we found this B&B. It's a quite and beautiful place with very good breakfast. The owner was very helpful.
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