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... building and then headed out to the main attraction. On the way, we scored a real coup with an Alaskan number plate, taking our total states to 38!
The drive to Glacier point began with a urge number of "Wow" views. Driving around the valley floor, we passed the trail heads for a number of waterfalls, Cathedral Peaks, Half Dome and El Capitan, its sheer rock face a Mecca for mountaineers, looming on our left hand side. As we passed El Capitan, we spotted a helicopter, which ...
... which included an uphill hike to the bottom of the falls, a relatively flat hike to the side of the falls and then steps, steps and more steps to the top of the falls. It was exhausting but completely worth it, the views at the top were breathtaking just incredible!! It's called the mist trail because of the mist coming off the falls, we were soaked through by the time we got to the top! The hike down was tough, a lot of uneven steps that were wet from the ...
... An instant bond was made.
We quickly became friends for life.
We talked of many things. We talked of life and how to make the best of it. And then Patricia arrived and his wife joined us and we all had a wonderful time together in the beauty of Yosemite Valley.
Enjoy the pictures.
We'll hike out tomorrow.
... a short aid route up Lost Arrow Spire with us. When he said yes, we were stoked and proceeded to inundate him with beta we had worked out on the technicalities of passing the knot on rappel into the notch, how to get the rope over to the spire, and how to set up the Tyrolean across. We made a packing list for him and finalized our plans. We only had a couple more days in the area and ...
... in each of those areas and had a long, exhausting, and rewarding four days ahead. Welcome to heaven.
Day 1: Hetch Hetchy ValleyHetch Hetchy Valley is famous for the reservoir of water it holds, providing water to the greater San Francisco area using gravity the entire way. I learned a lot about this in college, and it came back to me very slowly. The weather was great for hiking, if a little warm. We walked across the famous dam and made our way ...
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