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... hearted when most of her playing surfaces in the RV are beds raised from the floor. We wonder if she will have cracked it in time for the grandparents to chase her round in Canada. The parents are thankful for every (nearly) non moving day whilst we are in the van.
Noodles on the menu tonight courtesy of a menu recommendation from The Gerlacks. We have udon noodles with beef, veg and naan bread. Perfect.
Looking forward to our last day in Yosemite ...
... the benefit of age). After at least half an hour of boat racing we lure him away by pretending to be on jet bikes and on kayaks, and racing along the track. We have never seen him move so fast, we can't keep up. Dylan has started to use the phrase that he is all "hot and bothered" which we think is hilarious. It's such fun when you start hearing yourself talking through the mouth of a little one.
The next pit stop is for an impromptu concert by Dylan. We are arranged in ...
After waking up, made some coffee whilst checking on Liverpool FC and the news, needed more coffee so headed to the restaurant to grab a cup, then noticed how good the cooked breakfast looked, so ordered one :) nom nom, was gorgeous! After breakfast and exchanging texts, surprised Ted with a call to wish him a happy Father's Day, glad to hear Ted and Mum are having a nice holiday. Quick update of the blog, checked out and drove to Briones ...
..... and all created by Mother Nature.
Today I headed about 3 1/2 hours East to Yosemite National Park. I didn't know too much except there were big rocks. Big doesn't even begin to describe our amazing they are. El Capitan is the biggest Granite Rock in the world. It is over 1,000m in height and takes 3 - 4 days to climb if you dare.
There are other ...
... Half Dome. We have to drive right across the width of the park before we meet a road that enters the valley, and that brings us nearly to sunset. From down in the valley we can see the lights of climbers camped on the face of El Capitan. It would be great to stay here but, even though itīs a Tuesday in May, everything is full-up.
After a night staying in nearby El Portal, we return to the park to get amongst the ...