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... still ******* our legs but it was nice not to be the people struggling up.
After we got back we drove out of Curry village via half dome to take some pics then went to a place called Tuolumne Grove. It was on the way to our motel and I heard they had some giant trees there which I was keen to see.Tuolumne Grove was pretty quiet but we saw some giant sequoias. Giant sequoias are (arguably) the largest single unit living organisms in ...
... followed the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range until finally turning left up into them and eventually we entered Yosemite Park. Almost immediately it became stunningly beautiful scenery and we kept climbing higher and higher. The roads went from long and straight to windy hairpins with a steep drop on one side! Then it was forests and lakes, with lots of vista points for great photos. This annoyed everyone as I ...
... a town up north called Mammoth Lakes (near Yosemite national park) and spend a couple of days recovering and collecting myself a bit.
Mammoth was great for me. During my 3 days there I met a bunch of thru hikers and we spent my last night there drinking beers and getting to know each other at a local bbq/music function. I met (trail names) Trickster, Snake-eyes, Patches, Girlygirl, Tinman and Sierra. They were so lovely and helped put ...
After our stay in Bishop, Cali, we drove to Yosemite. Ben has never been here before and we were both looking forward to climbing in this Rock climbing Mecca.
Yosemite is known for the birth of big-wall, aid, bouldering, and sport climbing.
One thing we did not anticipate was the fact that Yosemite is celebrating its 150th anniversary and that July is one of the busiest months for tourists, which means a lot of crowds and less availability ...
... at the ground and spot a live squirrel, frantically shoving a napkin in his mouth, folding it up like origami and pressing it into his cheeks in warp speed.
Nature Rules Poster (found all over Yosemite)
“Hey Ben! Look at that!” I shout, amazed by this squirrel’s abilities. This clearly isn’t his first time. Then, before finishing with ...