The Inn on Knowles Hill
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... in the park, you have to hire a bear canister ( big metal box ) to keep all your food in. Seems, if they can smell it, they sneak in and polish off the lot! Drove back to our hotel ( Charlotte ) in Groveland. Very quaint. Had some great cocktails in their fab bar and a nice meal afterwards. Very little to do here so decided to move on to Fresno ...
... some fantastic views, as does the 120 driving through Yosemite. At the moment, California is suffering from a severe drought and over the past few weeks to add to the problems, they have had massive forest fires. As we drove we could not only see the dark smoke rising off the hills, but also smell burning.
This increased as we crossed Yosemite and we saw many fire trucks as well as smoke, but thankfully no actual fires. We did however drive through ...
... to go on the public bus service called Yart, as the stop was right outside the hotel, and took us up to the shuttle buses at the entrance to Yosemite NP
This meant getting our acts together as the bus let at 8.15am.
It collected other passengers along the way, so we saw different scenes at each stop, from motor camps to little towns that looked like a horse drawn buggy would fit the picture better,as ...
... civilised to be one of the great motorcycle roads but has spectacular vistas along the coast and some great stops including some beaches with sea lions wallowing in the sand. On the down side, there was a lot of traffic even on an off season weekday and the prices of fuel and food were outrageous. That night we had to wash away the memory of a truly dreadful $6 sandwich with a bottle of
local zinfandel. Such is the life on the road.
... so it might have been able to weigh what we got panning for gold. I was impressed with the school and wondered how hard it would have been to attend school when it was in the 90s like it was this day. Also impressive was how the land was changed because of the way they mined the land; permanently scarring the region--still visible 150 years later. Alara demonstrated her artistic ability ...