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... about John Muir and his work studying Environmental Studies in college, and bits and pieces started coming back to me. Standing on the same rock that he gave a very important speech on to The Sierra Club was an experience, and looking at the beauty around us, I couldn't help but feel gratitude. Muir Rock is a huge rock jutting out over a river so you can look both up and downstream, or look across the river to the towering mountain cliff. We breathed it ...
... a quarter of it for some other hungry looking travellers! Stuffed, we moved onto our next destination in the park, which was Moros Rock, at the top of the forest. On our way here we passed the tunnel log, which kind of describes itself, as it's a log which is also a small tunnel. But anyway we drove through it and moved on! But turning the corner we saw a small number of cars parked on the side of the road, in a relatively innocuous area. Being the nosey pair we are ...
... In the late afternoon I drove back, restopping at General Sherman and the Meadow i went to yesterday. IT was a lot clearer today and although you had to watch for snow falling out the trees, it gave you a much better view of the area.
This evening I had a steak at The Gateway Restaurant, it was a little pricey but really tasty, tomorrow i drive about 400 miles to Vegas which I'm looking forward to, anyway bye for ...
... close to full during the Spring and Summer. We drove down to the water’s edge and it reminded us so much of Lake Havasu City so we decided to go ahead and cook our dinner there of Kielbasa spaghetti—so good! We took some pictures of the beautiful sunset and now we’re on our way again. We were planning to head towards death valley, but we decided to head back towards San Luis Obispo for a couple more days and get in a little bit more of California coast before heading back east. ...
... the view at the top of Moro Rock. It was a climb of more than 350 steps thru narrow walkways of granite. You climb up and literally stand on the top of this giant boulder. (see photo)
Not only smoke but smog often gets trapped in the valley area. The crowds were much less than Yosemite and we were pleasantly surprised how wonderful the parks were. ...