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The landscape changed as we approached the Yosemite area. The hills got bigger and the road more winding. We approached the KOA where we had reservations and thought, "This is beautiful!." We had no idea what we were in for. That afternoon we visited the quaint little town of Mariposa and picked up bus/shuttle schedules and information about the park. We caught the ...
... and Australia) and the tickets were reasonable so we went. Another beautiful spectacle, not as funny as Zarkana but some amazing acts all the same. It finished just before 7pm and we had already decided not to go back to Pacifica, instead with headed off towards Yosemite and stayed the night about 2 hours down the road.
An early start - we realised how dodgy the place we had stayed at in the light of day (not on our recommended list!!). It was a long and ...
... twisty road in some spots (about 30 km).
We made fairly good time, stopping for lunch at a Carl's Jrs (our first time eating there) and arriving around 2pm. Uneventful and not really scenic drive. Our hostess, Ginger, had a very lovely newly built home. She had lots of cats and one crazy pug, as well as assorted birds and hummingbirds flying around the property. Heard coyotes yipping in the evening, and I woke up around 5am ...
... mileage and big discussion about how far to go tomorrow. Pretty waterfalls, meadows up to 10-11,000 feet, then more blasted ROCK!!! Thought we'd never find obscure Muir Pass, hidden until last 200 foot pitch. Stone beehive-shaped hut at top, perched over a grand moonscape valley. Camped at pretty Sapphire Lake. Pretty setting above tree line.
12+ miles. DOWN! Evolution Valley to ...
After our hike we went to Curry Village (not at all aptly names as there is no curry house!) for lunch and to sit by the creek, admiring views for the afternoon. The two Oliver's played in the creek, skimming stones and playing with tame ducks. Our tour guide slept on the grass at the river edge a little further along the embankment.
We walked a mile to the visitor centre and saw ...
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