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... I decide to keep the failed frankincense folly (FFF) a secret and tell her that we have 10 minutes to get to the restaurant or we will be excluded and then shot - that sorts the balance out and off we trot to Erna's Elderberry Eaterie ( or at least that what she should have called it EEE). First impressions are good and we are greeted as old friends and ushered to a table which they say they have specifically kept for us. We are given the set menu of 5/6 courses on a specially ...
... kept hearing a helicopter and we didn't think you could fly inside the park then Terry noticed it looked like they were doing a rescue. Homeward bound before taking more pictures of El Capitan, Yosemite Falls and Merced River.
Some interesting info we found out about Yosemite is that Galen Clark campaigned back in 1857 for the Yosemite Valley and Mariposa Grove (Giant Sequoias) to be protected. In 1864 during the height of the Civil War President Lincoln ...
... again before we leave when the sun is out.
WEDNESDAY 5/21 - Today was another cold dreary day so we decided to do stuff around the area. We drove around Bass Lake which is a large lake with the Sierra National Forest on most of the one side and private LARGE homes on the other. This lake has a dam at one end so needless to say it is very low with docks not even close to the water, although some have extended. There is also a flume running from the area but we ...
... those Giant Sequoias.
We were very impressed with our guide Shirley's knowledge of the trees and their history. The trail meandered up and down through the grove with one tree on its side allowing the visitor to see its size from another angle. We were shown a photo of ten rangers on horseback standing on this downed tree many years ago. Towards the end of our hike the sky turned blue and ...
... making this the longest we have stayed anywhere in the States. My body clock seems to have sorted itself as I woke at a normal time today (actually I stirred at 6am when the fountain outside started). We had enough supplies to create a packed lunch so after breakfast we were away through the now re-opened park. Wawona is 25 miles but almost an hour's drive from the valley bottom as the road twists up 1,000 feet and then down 2,000 feet. Half way to ...
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