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... system was weakened by ALL this SMOG. I hope I am wrong...but, it smells so strongly of exhaust in the valley..... We took a short walk to see Yosemite Falls..always magnificent no matter how much or how little water is falling. It IS the highest falls in America (north). There were a lot of folks there along with us. Joanna is hearing the bearings I'm afraid. We are on the way to Wawona where Mariposa Grove (The Giant Redwoods!!!) is. We may have time for ...
... and get on the road to Monterey. Where we found an apartment for twelve nights. Kirsty can't wait to unpack properly and 'sort' everything out. It was impossible to just drive past Hollister so we took the turning off and had lunch there. Not exactly what we expected but we didn't need a torch. It was here we realised that we had now traveled for 5 weeks which was almost a 1/3 of our trip done already. We have seen so many amazing things. What will the rest ...
After leaving Laughlin, NV, we headed across the Mohave
Desert to Bakersfield, CA. Driving that
day was pretty boring…nothing but sand and gravel with a few cactus scattered
about. As we got closer to Bakersfield,
we started seeing more and more fields of fruit trees and other crops
growing. We moved on to Visalia, CA just
outside of ...
... and a road kill one being fed on by a Red Tailed Hawk. Didn't stop for a photo though. Bass lake wasn't as beautiful as the lady had suggested - at least not the bit we saw. It was PACKED with people so we decided to not try to get in for dinner but go back to Oakhurst for Mexican instead.
There were two Mexican restaurants in town. One claimed to be authentic and the other offered free margaritas with some meal deal, so we went ...
... many different trees and finally into deep valleys that were heavily wooded with pines and redwoods... the majestic sequoia...!!! We eventually roll into Cedar Lodge ahead of our e.t.a., and our room here is not quite what I was expecting! Elaine had upgraded it... four poster bed, big TV and a huge jacuzzi bath that opened up into the main room (see photos) so you could watch the TV while enjoying the bubbles! As soon as we'd unloaded our stuff from the car ...