Meadow Creek Ranch Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... falls having been reduced to a trickle, we were still amazed by the power and height of the white water, falling like a veil from above.
Now the real climb began. To reach the next spectacular viewpoint, we had to hike along a very strenuous and precarious part of the trail. Roughly hewn steps led us higher and further away from the valley floor, with some of the steps being thigh-high. This was a test of our determination, as well as of our glutes, and ...
Our exit song from Merced was to the tune of Hey Jude and was our better lyrics (courtesy of Amy and Margaret). We set off in good spirits. Visibility had deteriorated with the smoke from the ongoing forest fire in the atmosphere but less choking/ wheezing than yesterday.
We we had been promised a 3x1000 feet climb today but none of them were as hard as the first day and of all the days this seemed the easiest. We had had flushing ...
... the main ones being Vernal Fall and Nevada Fall. It was a very steep hike which provided us with stunning views of the valley once we reached the top of Nevada Fall. During the hike we also saw other iconic attractions of this huge national park from afar such as Glacier Point and Half Dome. There were heaps of squirrels on the trail, especially where people were eating. One jumped on my lap while I was eating my lunch ...
... place. He has been doing tours of Yosemite for 9 years and has 6 kids in his blended family lots of grand kids and 2 great grand kids. He has a ranch near Fresno at 2000ft. We were mostly above 4000 in Yosemite.
Eventually picked up the other family at Ceder Lodge. They were a grand mother, mother and 2 kids from LA booked on the Valley Tour. From Ceder lodge up pretty mountain roads towards the park entrance. Before we actually got ...
... a walk was planned after our meal---a chance to work off some of those calories! David led us on a tour of the Pioneer Yosemite History Center, a village commemorating the early settlers of Yosemite Valley. Oddly, the highlight for me was spotting a tiny gopher coming out of his burrow but as I tried to photograph him, he made himself scarce.