Yosemite Ridge Resort
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... car. Stacey too, I could tell was entranced by the sight before her. After it's a few more seconds of this incredible sight, the bear moved into the thicker undergrowth in behind it and disappeared from view.
I got back into the car, full of wonder, excitement and more than a little adrenaline as the enormity of what had just happened hit me. "We just saw a bear. An actual bear. A bear!" Was all we could utter for the first five minutes of our disorientated drive back down ...
... sideways at half dome and could see the yellow lights of climbers on route to the summit. All very surreal! . 2 hrs of solid rock walls and the terrain reverted back into forest (America does this a lot and its unsettling for someone from a land with a reliable tree line). Up Up Up, as the dawn started to glow we picked up the pace and got struck with the first rays of sun at the moment I grasped the cable that leads to the top of the dome.
The summit was no ...
... was taking pictures of the Lamborghini. The guy was filling up gas (as my father would call it, it was a Dafka car, an older man who bought it just because he could) and there were people surrounding him taking photos. It was quite humorous. Noam got out to join them.
The Tioga pass was curvy and beautiful. I did ask Adam to keep his eye on the road a couple of times afraid that we would fly off the edge because he couldn't stop looking at the gorgeous view. Then came the ...
... Michael to the rescue! Thank goodness this climb required us to leave the rope fixed at our first anchor!
Ben and I held tight in our positions on the spire while Michael jugged up the line and back down with the gear. Ben lowered an end of his rope and I attached the missing wide pieces for him to pull back up. Within 30 minutes, we were back in business and Ben made ...
... too much to take in.
Further round, we walked to the end of Glacier Point where some people had climbed over the fence and were sitting on the large rocks right near the edge... which made me feel distinctly uneasy. The rocks all round had lizards basking on them, puffing out their bodies to keep cool.
Must try that some time.
There was also a gorgeous blue bird, but I have no idea what it was.
The shop was full of ...