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... Vernal Falls? If so, the much-anticipated and hyped strenuous hike and mesmerising views were severely lacking in our eyes. However, upon reading the map, we realised that we were merely at the halfway point and so began our climb again. It was at this point that the breathtaking scenery began to reveal itself. Although all of Yosemite is picture perfect, inviting you into a constant cycle of pause, be overwhelmed by beauty, take a snap.... Move on, be even ...
We arrived at Yosemite National Park yesterday afternoon. I went for a walk with the Schroeders; Frajo, Inge, Anna, Eva, Max and Franz (a family from Germany on the tour). We walked through meadows to the river, where some went for a swim or a paddle, then through a boulder trail. Yosemite really is beautiful with its huge huge silvery-grey rock faces, magnificent waterfalls, pretty rivers and lakes and various types ...
... that puts the super in supermarket. There we used the facilities and stocked up on a few necessities: postcards, wine and chocolate!
We arrived at the Wawona Hotel right on schedule for lunch and were introduced to our guide for the day, David, an experienced naturalist. The Wawona is a National ...
... Only for as silly as Michael normally is, he didn’t hoot or even shout back. He just set himself up to Tyrolean and shoved off.
Aside from one short pause to take a photo in the middle, Michael barely stopped. He was determined to cross as quickly as possible!
A selfy of Michael halfway across
Looking back at the falls partway across ...
... gentleman in the bar last night had said. So many of them seemed to be damaged by fire and were now lying horizontal and black from what must have been a massive fire.
By the time we got back to the hotel it was gone 8pm, so there was no time for foot washing or anything fancy before we went off in search of supper.
How fast the days go!
They probably don't wash their feet before supper either, but I wonder if days whizz past for bears too?