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... on Topic 2 then lights out.
Great at talk about sunsets and deadly animals at Sunset. The only human fatality due to wild animals was a deer with his antlers- the rest are shy now. Great explanation of why bears should be allowed to be wild and great bear related stories. Apparently the mountain lions sleep all day and only get interested in you if you look like a quadruped.
Huge fire in our stove and slept better.
We stayed in Sonora, CA last night. It's about an hour north of the entrance to Yosemite. The plan has been to drive from place to place at night and enjoy ourselves during the day. I wake up early (a rarity) as I am psyched to see Yosemite. After getting the troops up and fed we head out towards the park around 7am.
As we are driving through the foothills. The scenery is beautiful and we get glimpses of the mountains in the distance. Then we start to go ...
... Mandy made it most of the way and Franz made it right to the other end but got extremely dusty in the process! The weather over the past two days has been beautiful; clear blue skies with temperatures in the mid 30s. Thankfully most of our hike was shaded by trees. I've had a lovely 48 hours here just scratching the surface of what Yosemite National Park has to offer, you could spend weeks here and still not see it ...
... on the door at 0800 to clean the room!!!! Oh well such is life. We therefore muck about in the room showering and whatever until approx 1030 and then decide to get breakfast. Get to the dining room and it's all about Sunday brunch but we tell the bloke on the door that we are only here for brekkie. Get our breakfast over ...
In the evening we drove to the tunnel to get the classic artist's view of the Yosemite valley with the afternoon light shining on the mountains.
Then we managed a quick 37km drive on a steep and winding road to Glacier Point to catch the setting sun on a birds eye view of the whole park and the classic sunset view of Half Dome. It was humbling to see our walk to Vernal water fall within the scale of the larger Nevada fall above ...