Oak Cottage Bed & Breakfast
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... century beams.
We (Jonathan) had a chat to some Park Rangers, and learnt that the people in period costume were on a weekend retreat to gain skills which they'd use during a school education camp in a few months. They were a mix of teachers and parents - we had a quick chat to one teacher who said she was enjoying the experience including shoeing a horse, carrying water for food and washing etc etc.
The other thing the rangers said ...
Today was a travel day.
We packed up and headed over to another of the b&b houses a small distance away, where breakfast was being served. Some tuna egg bake, berries and yoghurt or cereal to choose from.
We said our farewells to our host then headed off to a town south of the Yosemite Valley called Oakhurst where we had booked an AirBnb for the next three nights.
Our first stop was at a view of ...
... the ocean.
As you may recall from the first day of our ride last week, we traveled on Mulholland Drive, named after civil engineer William Mulholland, who was responsible for building the Los Angeles city water infrastructure. He designed and supervised the building of the Los Angeles Aqueduct, a 233-mile long system to move water from the Owens Valley to the San Fernando Valley.
It turns out his achievement had ...
... UK and they seem quite heavy handed and interfering but some of that is down to style. The valley bottom does feel like a centre Park with shuttle buses numerous paved cycle tracks and services but I guess they are managing thousands of people. Like anywhere get away from the hotspots and you are on your own. This is without a doubt one of the most spectacular landscapes in the world. I nearly used that disgusting American word ...
... 4-mile trail that cuts across the valley and climbs the mountain directly, but it's extremely strenuous.
So we rode the Wawona Rd down to the Glacier Point road and headed out to the end. We got about 15 mile in, and stopped at the restroom at one of the overlooks. The road was very narrow, and not in particularly good shape, full of potholes and loose gravel. We were trying to decide whether to go the last few ...