Sierra Sky Ranch
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... still concerned at how to get to San Francisco when good accommodation is so expensive, and to blog and catch up.
Bill made an awesome beef noodle dish for dinner, and although we were full, we forced ourselves to finish Jonathan's birthday cake, made more delicious by adding Robyn's coffee liqueur!
To make sure we went to bed late, we watched Indiana Jones - the one where Harrison Ford stars with Sean Connery in the search for the holy grail.
... road, we headed east and through another mountain range stopping at the town of Mariposa for a convenience stop and a graveyard cache. Robyn was confused by the hint 'posey', pulling all the plastic poseys from their plastic tubes in search of the hidden container. Jonathan arrives and notes the surname on a nearby grave...Posey, and a rock was then turned over to reveal the film canister cache...oops!
Another 30 ...
... the highway opened on May 4.
From Lee Vining, we continue south on US-395 past June Lake and Wilson Butte, an 8,405-foot mountain peak that’s the 917th highest in California and the 8,320th highest in the US. No particular significance to Wilson Peak. Some people are just curious about these things.
About 50 miles of Bridgeport, we turn west toward Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, founded in the 1940s ...
... but the Big Stump Entrance on CA-180 covers entrance into both parks. Even though you get to Kings Canyon first, Kings Canyon National Park is split into 2 sections. The part we visited is called Grant Village, and contains the Grants Grove of Sequoia Trees, and one of the largest and oldest sequoias called the General Grant. From what we have learned about Redwoods and Sequoias, they are different species of Giant Trees. The redwoods ...
... and much more. The view from Glacier Point is really just breathtaking. From that height, you can really see all of Yosemite Valley and all the mountains around. You can see additional waterfalls, that would only be visible after a 4 hour hike to each one. If you see Yosemite, and don't see it from Glacier Point, then you really haven't seen Yosemite.
The ride back to the hotel was easy from there, and we finally ...