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... For dinner we hit the Mountain View Room at the Yosemite Lodge (a short drive) and had a lovely meal in gorgeous surrounds. The cathedral ceilings all panelled in wood where lovely and there is a view of the falls (difficult to see at night!). We retreated to the communal lounge in Curry Village so that Josh could beat me AGAIN at Canasta (not sure why I taught him this - in Baker there was nothing else to do!). Tomorrow we hike ...
... told him exactly what we thought of the van. I think he was a bit shocked but still had his **** attitude, luckily for us the CEO of the company was at the San Fran branch and Chris asked if we wanted to speak to him which of course we did, another opportunity to winge about the nick of the van. But first we had to take the van to the cleaning place ourselves....shall we just fill out our own paper work and see to some customers while we are at it Chris yi lazy ...
... and had arranged to do a hike with a Spanish chap who was staying in my room. We chose to do the glacier point trek, 9.6miles total, with a 975m elevation to hike up. Absolutely brutal! I don't know what went through my head thinking that would be nice. Fitness levels as low as ever and the 35 degree heat was not helping matters at all! We struggled our way up and eventually got to the top, three and a half hours to get up there and I was absolutely done in! A good ...
... all around us made for a great moment. The Motel provided a straightforward but great breakfast, then we loaded up and headed out for another day in the saddle! Our routines were pretty slick now, so packing and loading and getting underway didn't take long at all. The journey was north and aimed to get us to Yosemite National Park where we would be staying in The Yosemite Lodge on the Falls. For what seemed like ...
... the Big Oak Flat entrance to find out that our only way into the Yosemite Valley avoiding the fire was a 3 hour drive out and around the park and back in from the opposite side. Not the news we wanted to hear after 8 hours of driving.
We set out for yet another very scenic drive through amazing woodland along surely the windiest road in California. We headed back into the park praying that the road was open. As we drove through we caught sight of the fires ...