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... I just gave it a pass. Someday, I'll have to take Jody to Maryland for some real Maryland Lump Crab Cakes!
Tomorrow we are off to check out the Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Park. The Giant Sequoias of Mariposa Grove in Yosemite were closed being renovated, so we should be able to see some big trees tomorrow.
135.3 miles today
11,889.4 miles total
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... else is on the bus. Megan and Ben are doing their best to hold the bus whilst making 'help' faces at Emma, and still no Jonathan! Emma finally got to front of queue and, after an eternity to print the tickets, handed them over to the man, standing literally 15 feet away!
As the clock tripped past 10am, Jonathan came jogging (well, we say jogging...!) past looking like he'd just finished a marathon, with a soaking wet T-shirt before we had ...
... formations of Half Dome and El Capitan towering over the forest. We pulled over to take photos of the spectacular scenery and what is called "Tunnel View". Keen to get down into the Valley, we pressed on, pausing to take in the sights of El Capitan (incidentally, the largest single piece of granite in the world) and Bridalveil Falls (not so much falls, more a trickle!).
Three months ago, we had been fortunate enough to reserve a site in the Upper ...
... up to the sky. Yosemite is huge so we decided to drive to Glacier Point to get a panoramic view of the key mountains including El Capitan and Half Dome. It was picture postcard beautiful, Bella got some great pictures. Freddie on the other hand seemed a bit fatigued, and commented that he had seen his fair share of mountains on our trip! The term "wasted" came to mind. On the ways the ...
... the mountains. It made us feel very tiny as the size of the fallen boulders are incredible. We really enjoyed this 4-5 mile walk in Mountain Lion country (running was not recommended!). It's difficult to stop taking photos as everything looks so photogenic and there is one fabulous view after another. Late afternoon we joined the Bear information session lead by a ranger. We learnt lots of interesting facts about these clever ...