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... negotiate the windy turns. Like a lot of iconic places in America I almost had to pinch myself to believe that we were actually at places that we had only seen in movies! We caught the tram back to Union Square (Riley hanging on the side in the dark- scary!), shopped for a bit (including getting cheesecake from The Cheesecake Factory ("Big Bang Theory") and then taxied back home.
The Golden Gate bridge was the next day's target so we headed off in ...
No luck with brekky again, ken has decided next time we go overseas he is going to pack his weetbix. Think we will just give up trying. But they come free with your room so we like to try just in case.
We left Fresno at about 9.30, ken decided that we would go the long way round, but after about 45 minutes of going round in circles and not being able to find the right road decided to take the freeway. Great choice, it was less of ...
... really unsure whether they were brave or crazy, but certainly the climbers need a huge amount of motivation and desire for the task to accomplish it.
During the couple of hours we had in the park we were able to take the free shuttle that travels to various camping and hiking trails, the Visitors Centre and Yosemite Village. We spent most of our time on a hike to the Mirror Lake and then checked out the visitors centre, art gallery, village and Yosemite ...
... As we got closer to the foothills of the Sierra mountains the farming turned to olive, almond, pistacio and various fruit trees.
One pit stop for gas accompanied with a fruitstand gave us opportunity to buy some grapes and avocados. The spanish speaking ladies were very friendly and supplemented their sales with home-made burritos. Liz wasn't too adventurious but I tried one of the gal's potato, onion and tomato varieties and with the help of ...
... of punishing steps. The falls were on the wimpy side since there was not much water this time of year, but still impressively long drops.
After the falls the trail pleasantly leveled off for quite a ways in the Little Yellowstone Valley and then began a steady climb to the base of the exposed part of Half Dome. Of the 9 miles of trail to the summit most of it was in the forest with very little opportunity for expansive views. But, this ...
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