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... back up the valley, truly a great end to our last day at Yosemite.
And we saved the best for last, or so we thought, Dinner at the Hotel Charlotte. Menu was a little less than interesting, I had meatloaf and Denise and Nick had Meatballs. The food was acceptable but the contest between the two tables on either side of us to see who could be the loudest and most juvenile forced us all to bed early, well except for Nick who headed off to the pub, as you ...
... every house done in a similar style. Great to see, even if the kids weren't that impressed! We then set the GPS for the long drive out toward Yosemite National Park. Our accommodation for the night was due to be at the Yosemite Westgate Lodge, about an hour from the Yosemite valley. The drive out took a little less than three hours, along some of the narrowest and scariest roads imaginable - Ginny was having conniptions in the ...
... to survive. The trees however thrive and we were told that the rains do come later in the year. We stopped to view the mountains at tunnel view point, joined the throng of tourists to look out to glacier point (no snow on it at this time of year but impressive nonetheless). Drove round meadows, viewed El Capital mountain and the half dome mountains. Finally as the rain stopped we hiked for two hours along the rim of the canyon and finished up climbing a hill ...
... to book months ahead, if you get a space at all.
We were met by Mr Camp, whose day I significantly brightened simply by virtue of being named Miss Turner (still official on the passport) - apparently he is a very big Johnny Depp fan and it made him think of Pirates of the Caribbean. He gave us what he deemed to be an excellent cabin, and we were free to go and check out what was to be our home for the next three nights. On exiting the reception area, we encountered ...
... Emily sending us the photos.
Merced was the best food on the walk and we had a scheduled rest day where we did an art class, caught up on washing and went on a nature walk. We had an impromptu get together up on the hill second day and missed some of the "Frogs and Aliens" talk but caught the bit about the chipmunk popsicles found inside fish.
A welcome rest day before the slog up to Vogelsang Camp.