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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 ...
... a voice shouted, “HEEEYO!” It was Michael! He got off work late the prior day and had a lot of packing to do, so decided to get an early start the next day and leave from his apartment in El Portal. Michael was carrying the largest bag we had ever seen!
“I thought you said bring stuff for three days?” Michael insisted. We had, but that was for ...
... again. The driver was quite good telling about the history of the valley, the original Indian inhabitants, and the men who worked to get the park established. He also told us about Yosemite Sam, after whom the valley was named. (But we didnt believe him.) Sam married Ella and set up a food store and gas station, called it "Sam and Ellas" but went broke because although cars would slow down as if they were going to stop, ...
... cottages in the forest. Tenaya Lodge is beautiful, it looks really grand and quite luxurious. We checked in and were told all about the many restaurants we can eat at and the facilities they have, including spa, Jacuzzi, indoor pool and outdoor pool.
We drove round to our cottage, it's on a little windy road that goes through the forest and is lovely and quiet. Little cottages just set between the trees, very picturesque. The room is great! The beds have duvets, ...
... awhile, and still wouldn’t start. Greg
and I went into Mariposa and set up camp in the Mariposa Fairgrounds. Out in the hot sun (95°F/33°C) today but at least it was well grassed, but no decent shade trees.
Gregwent back to help Mark and ended getting more fuel for them and they arrived
Cold beers and drinks were good by now.