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Luckily the temperature stayed down overnight so we could sleep straight through apart from for me to wake up to cough and cough. I haven't felt good for a few days now…just a real chesty cough which I’m hoping will pass with more fresh air and lots of water! We headed into Yosemite and parked up then used the free shuttle for the rest of the day. There were 2 hikes we went on…..one ***********e easy as I wasn’t sure how I’d cope since ...
... Just putting ourselves in a place where tomorrow’s ride will be awesome from start to finish.
The rest of the way is hot, flat, mostly straight, and quite boring.
We roll through Los Banos, Spanish for “the baths.” It’s named after a spring that feeds natural wetlands in the western San Joaquin Valley. We are a long way from the ocean, but the elevation here is ...
... torrential rain (which if I can describe as fat rain!) carried on falling, and started to make a mini mud stream following down the rocks and steps that we had to get down. On one side was a sheer drop, and the other, just rocks. I looked round at Noz and smiled - not exactly what we were imagining! Fortunately our horses knew these tracks like the backs of their hooves, and so all the trust went into them to find us a safe way down. About 15 minutes later when ...
... through a draught and so the water in the falls was 1/5 of it's
normal capacity. Beautiful to see but not as exciting as it could have
been if it was in full force.
The National Parks are less primitive
that I expected. Both Grand Canyon and Yosemite have bus systems to
take you further along the trail than most people would be able to
walk. That was a definite bonus if you are only doing one day in the
... Kate's multitude of bear related questions.
As we curved around the valley, we approached the first of the 3 waterfalls en route: Illouette Falls. We were in Yosemite in the perfect month for the waterfalls, as all but one dry out in the summer after the snow melt has finished. We found some rocks by the creek above the falls and took a break for lunch.
After 15 minutes or so we were fuelled up again and so carried on to the mouth of the falls which let ...
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