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... right wing talk back show were all we could tune into. I couldn’t do the whole preaching death and destruction set to music, so we listened to a bit of the talk back, but it just got too conspiracy theory after a while and we switched it off to enjoy the landscape in peace (with all fingers and toes crossed that we didn’t break down and have to stay with any nutbags overnight).
We emerged safely on the other side of Area 51 and headed down ...
... ever happened. It wasn't until later that I had met people and we hung out by a fire all night which was cool and made my experience at sequoia exponentially better. The hanging out that night though led to the inability to summit the mountain which would have given me street cred. I instead though, hiked out to a lake which made me realize that I couldn't in fact summit the mountain. I almost turned around twice but with the help a few stranger hikers, I made it to the first of a ...
... are usually a number going on at any one time in the area! Wawona Hotel was one of national park lodges built over a hundred years ago, a wooden construction with a worryingly prominent sprinkler system in the bedroom. We must be getting spoilt now as we were disappointed to find no TV and no tea or coffee facilities. Dinner was at 8 and Nick was finally forced to eat chicken with a mushroom garlic sauce along with huge piece of chocolate fudge cake. distance travelled 300 ...
... Mariposa Grove will have to wait, we can look forward to seeing a lot more sequoias tomorrow, when we visit Sequoia National Park.
On the way to tonight’s destination, Oakhurst, we continue south on Highway 41. The road twists and descends past the tiny communities of Fish Camp, Sugar Pine, and Yosemite Forks.
After a 180-mile ride that began on the eastern side of the Sierras, we arrive in Oakhurst, formerly called ...
... rock and climbed out and the jumped back in a few times. Back in the car, we headed further in to the park. Next we came across El Capitan, the 3000ft granite rock that hit the news earlier this year when a climber reached the top in under two and a half hours......a climb that normally takes two to three days. We walked out into the meadow to get a good view of it.....it is truly massive. Then we drove to Glacier Point, high up with amazing ...