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... the bears, but other animals will be interested too. On the picnic table there is a sign saying: "Bus Your Table Before They Do." In this case “they” are squirrels, raccoons and birds. Oh, and mountain lions could follow on if squirrels and raccoons are present. The bins have a special latch requiring you to slide your fingers into a thin metal box containing the latch handle. This must be bear-proofing. I think a ...
... I saw a squirrel open a muesli bar and eat it. We also saw a coyote trying to find a nice quiet spot at the bus stop to eat the squirrel it had just caught. -'The Mist trail' to Vennel falls This trail had a few distance options. You could go to the base of the falls, to the top of the falls or further up to another waterfall. The trail to the top of the falls was about a 5km round trip. 80% of it was steep incline or roughly cut steps that were much easier to go ...
... 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 ...
... many miles we had driven, how many states we had conquered and a cute personal message on the back from Emily. I felt so emotional as our dream trip is actually coming to an end in the next 24 hours. A few vodkas, memories shared and some laughs it was all to real that it was coming to an end. After a couple of drinks we all headed to bed for some shut eye ready for our final day in San Fran......get the tissues at the ready ...
So upon arriving in San Francisco, I only had one night before I'd head over to Yosemite national park (pronounced Yo-sem-it-e). The hostel was small and friendly, I did a food shop and had a wonder around the city before having an early night, being shattered from the bus journey. In the morning I made my way to the airport where I'd pick up a hire car to visit Yosemite with as it wasn't too costly and much more convenient. It took about 3 hours to drive to ...