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... take another picture....move on...., this part of the trail afforded mind-boggling views down towards the valley floor from where we had just climbed. It also allowed us glimpses of our next destination - the shimmering curtain of water that cascaded from the edge of the ridge above our heads. As we climbed, we became more aware of the thundering of the falls as they crashed into the emerald green pool at their base. Despite this being the dry season, and many ...
... and still v cold but very refreshing. Hot showers and flushing toilets helped too.
Tom rom had grown quite a lot of beard on the trip and shaved off most leaving a rather natty moustache. Judge for yourself but Tom saw the photos and took the moustache off pronto.
We snuggled down in our clean sheets- put away our sleeping bag liners- and had a great nights sleep with our stove stoked up - toasty.
We arrived at Yosemite National Park yesterday afternoon. I went for a walk with the Schroeders; Frajo, Inge, Anna, Eva, Max and Franz (a family from Germany on the tour). We walked through meadows to the river, where some went for a swim or a paddle, then through a boulder trail. Yosemite really is beautiful with its huge huge silvery-grey rock faces, magnificent waterfalls, pretty rivers and lakes and various types ...
Up at 6.30 ready for 7am breakfast and 7.30 pick up for our day tour of Yosemite. Complimentary continental breakfast raisin bran, raisin toast, juice and coffee.
Our guide, Glen, picked us up just before 7.30 and said he had to pick up another family of 4 in a different town. So off we went back down highway 41 the way we had come yesterday. As we drove he told us some local history. This was the area where the California gold rush of ...
... begun in 1876 by Galen Clark as a stagecoach stop. In a fairly private area of the dining room we shared a table with Judi and Dan (MD) and Bill and Winnie (MI). The food and service were excellent, including a lovely salad, rainbow trout almandine with rice and asparagus and apple crisp for dessert. YUM!