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... and the falls were spectacular. We climbed down rocks to dip our toes in the cold water that was cascading down from the cliffs. Back on the trail, we admired the view and saw lots of squirrels and birds. We saw small piles of rocks, made by people, so we decided to build one.
We have no cell service and don't know Irene's whereabouts. We are concerned she might be like Charlie on the MTA. We found her back at the Visitors Center. She had a nice 1 hour tour of ...
Leaving San Fran behind us with a smile on our faces, we ventured (with some trepidation) onto the freeway. It was actually not as bad as we had feared once we got onto Oakland Bay Bridge and headed east for four hours to Yosemite National Park. The time flew in once we found a radio station playing '80s and '90s classics and mum and dad sang the kids tunelessly to sleep (and kept on going). Once off the interstate, the roads straightened, ...
Just started breakfast and the fire alarm went off. Went outside and watched the deer grazing until we were allowed back in. Had a reenactor talk about his life as John Muir and his time with Teddy Roosevelt and the work he did promoting national parks then on to a "tram" , actually a low-set semi trailer with rows of seats on it and no cover so you can look upwards, for a 2.5 hour tour around the valley. After a scotch, soup and sandwich lunch had a nap and then caught ...
... in 1859. Twenty years later it
had a population of around 7,000 and 2,000 buildings, 60 of which
were hotels and saloons. It was large enough that one section of the
town was a mini Chinatown with it's own shops and houses clumped
together. However by 1881 gold was disappearing and the population
began to decline. In 1920 the population was recorded as only 120
people. A huge fire in 1932 destroyed 90% of the ...
... of tall kitchen trash bags and drove two blocks to Nicely's Laundromat. We get out of the car and - IT'S CLOSED! The sign says open 7 AM - 7 PM but there's a phone number and a note saying call or go to Nicely's Restaurant.
Maybe we're in luck. We called the number and a few minutes later Cindy walked over from Nicely's with the key to let us in. After realizing there was no change machine and walking over to Nicely's to buy a ...