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... drove and stopped at Tuolumne
Meadows which is 8.800 feet up and then onto Lee Vining. We had
Nicely for dinner which is a restaurant that has been around for
almost 50 years. Burgers and salad type dinner which was nice, like it's name I suppose.
The RV park was called Mono Vista RV
park and had a nice view across Mono Lake. The WIFI isn't great but
hopefully we can make it work for skyping on Hannah's birthday.
... Half Dome, Yosemite's most famous summit. The weather was on our side too and the sun and blue sky really brought out the colours on the granite rocks against the green valley. As we set off along our trail the people immediately disappeared and within 5 minutes we were alone in the forest and the view surpassed that of the famous Glacier Point.
The trail slowly meandered along the mountain side and as we walked Kai told us some stories and facts about the park whilst ...
... showed up! Had pizza and beer for dinner both nights which was lovely. Met the most amazing Great Dane called Charlie. Real name was Princess Charlotte but I refuse to accept such a ridiculous name that in sticking with Charlie - not that I can talk, I did name Skwigi after all :) Wednesday morning we were up and ready for our hike! The track we did was John Muir Hike. It took us to not one, but two waterfalls! Waterfalls are high, and it's steep to ...
... It was a hike in itself just to get to the starting point! We chose to start with Taft Point, a 2.2 mile round trip, which was relatively easy on the way there. The views from Taft Point were really cool. You could see Yosemite Valley and El Captain but unfortunately due to the time of year the Yosemite Falls, which was meant to be in clear sight, was completely dry. Not even a single drop of water was trickling over it. The craziest thing we witnessed were a few ...
... for bears, however none appeared on the way in - there was quite a bit of visible fire damage however, from the recent bushfires. Eventually we made it to Yosemite Village, after stopping to take some photos of El Capitan - the biggest granite monolith in the world, rising more than 3,000 ft from the valley floor. We turned a corner and it was simply there before us, reaching into the sky - an absolute marvel. This is apparently a ...
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