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... br> this, there was still an operational post office there until 1942 and
the last 3 people left in 1943. An eerie feeling to walk around and
see into stores and houses where things were left as they were when
people walked away.
From there we headed North. We stopped
in Gardnerville NV at Walmart overnight. It was a large 24/7 Walmart,
clean, friendly and a flat space to stop so it was a great nights
... agency pass! There are Tufa towers all over the bed of the lake where the water level used to be higher. Due to diversion of water for Los Angeles, the water lever was reduced in the 1940's until 1994 when Mono Lake was protected. The level is higher now but still not as high as it was. After learning all about Tufa and "shooting" some photos at sunset we headed back to the El Mono Motel to rest up for our long drive to Las ...
... sunset and listening to the natural sounds of the outdoors. It was so peaceful and we had it all to ourselves. We felt well and truly cleansed after that and were ready for yet another movie and bed.
That was it for our time in Yosemite and we loved every minute of it... well apart from the singing people… but other than that it was awesome. In the morning we are off to San Francisco, which I have been excited about for a very long time so can’t ...
... company is names after), while El Capital rose imposingly to one side. We ate our lunch, accompanied by another cheeky squirrel who was close to snatching the remains out of our hands!
It was getting late in the day by this point, so we decided to head back to the valley floor and take in some of the lower level waterfalls. As we were descending the twisty roads back to ground level, we noticed that the traffic ahead was backed up and many cars were pulled into the side of ...
... magic views and a lean over drop to the valley floor. It was kind of a crazy scene with a dozen very zen cats snoozing in down jackets who had presumably just climbed one of the faces (maybe even the face!) I wanted to ask but knew it would ruin the vibe. Also chipmunks! We dawdled back down the ladder enjoying the moment and the combination high of lack of sleep, a solid work out and being in one of the earth’s high points with some mates.
We passed again ...