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... awry, as for about 30 miles, Brian (my Mr Sat Nav) kept telling us to turn round when possible.
I was fairly sure he was wrong, so we continued, stopping at Fish Camp to have it out with Brian, after which he was quiet as a mouse.
What is great here is that everywhere you see old cars: loads of wrecks parked in yards, some stopped where they died years ago; some in sort of junk yards with clusters of old gems.
I find them very appealing and love to photograph ...
... left along Highway 1 is Fort Ord, a former Army post on Monterey Bay that closed in 1994. Nearly two million soldiers passed through the gates here, many as part of their infantry training.
The fort was named for Major General Edward Cresap Ord, a Union Army leader during the Civil War. As a young lieutenant, he supervised construction of Fort Ord’s predecessor, Fort Mervine, in the ...
... the trail. We trekked up hills, through streams, and got to see some amazing sights as we went. A lot of the nature surrounding the trails undisturbed, we wandered through - all the time on the look out to see if we would be lucky enough to spot a bear! After a couple of hours, we reached the top of the valley and gave the horses a rest (and Nozza's legs - I don't think he's made for long rides! He swears to god that he won't be able to walk properly for ...
... br> and $38 for a week night. One of the more expensive places we've
stayed but cheaper than our regular Summer camping rate in New
Zealand and with so much to entertain us. The best so far.
May 31st – Day 27
A very quiet day today. Kait and Maria
spent a few hours at the pool. The family watched a variety of movies
and we all read lots of books. It was just what we all needed.
... of blue cheese dressing and bear fear! Chris, as usual, slept like a hibernating bear.
Day 85 - Hiking the valley
We had an early start as there was a long day of hiking ahead of us. Alison had stocked up on supplies and so we enjoyed breakfast in the room before jumping in the car for the trip into Yosemite Valley.
As we drove down we discussed the day ahead... Did everyone have enough layers, water, food? How long was the route? Would we get eaten ...