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... and the scenery changed dramatically from verdant beauty to sun-baked Nevada plains. We cruised down the i395 as far as the pretty Lake Topaz. But the signs telling us that the i395 was closed at Bridgeport about 100 miles South weren't so pretty! There was no way round - we were sent on 200 mile detour out into the Nevada basin. We drove into what we imagined was real cowboy country. We drove through the great plains of the Nevada Basin. The vast scale and ...
... yummy chicken breast from the grill, woke up naturally and had coffee on the deck watching the birds and squirrels, took a walk down to the creek, played Bingo many times, and just had one of the most relaxing shabbats ever. Tonight Adam grilled hotdogs and steak and everyone was happy and satisfied (we are a carnivorous group).
Tomorrow morning we plan to get up early and hike half a day to see Yosemite Falls (3 falls) which are supposedly the tallest falls in all of North America.
After another hearty breakfast at the Handlery we checked out and made our way to Alamo to collect our hire car. I seemed to have been nominated first driver by the family so I found myself driving through a very busy San Francisco with David map reading and George getting to grips with the sat nav which for some reason she named Valerie! We left over the Bay Bridge to Oakland on the Interstate 880, then the 580 ...
... is a General Store and a Cafe. But then there are little cabins tucked away behind. There is even a yurt or two.When you stay there, the evening meal is private and haute cuisine prepared by a fabulous chef. My college mentor, Dr. C. showed me this place many years ago, but today we had to drive on by....not enough time to stop.
As we arrived into Yosemite Valley, our excitement grew! We drove past El Capitan ...
This entry is divided into two sections: the first is a narrative about our finding balance between work and climbing in Yosemite Valley and some of the interesting encounters along the way; the second recounts our adventures up Lost Arrow Spire Tip and the nerve-wracking Tyrolean traverse across with friend Michael Sulock. Enjoy.
Balance in the Valley