Cedar Crest Resort
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We have been quite surprised by many things here. Firstly it is not as different as we thought it would be. I guess it's because every one speaks English in an accent we are used to from tv and movies.
Secondly we have been surprised by the lack of American cars on the road. We mainly see Japanese ones not the big tanks we expected to see.
we have also been surprised by the number of ...
... trolley seating or open cars that are actually seats made of huge split logs. It is quite cold outside, about 5 degrees C but we still choose the unique open seats. The ride there passes through tall trees that are about 100 years old. The conductor tells us the history of logging in the area and how the Sugar Pine Logging company clear cut ...
... to the Tenaya Lodge while we were traveling but prior to us finding out about the shutdown. Luckily we did this because although the lodge is only a few minutes from Wawanonah, it is not run by the park and so remains open. Now could we get to the lodge? The Tioga Rd ...
... rock faces of these proportions was in milford sound new zealand but even those are a fraction of the size of these. the park is very capable of absorbing huge numbers of visitors. yosemite village was busy but we didn't have to queue for anything. we were back at our hotel by 5.30pm and had planned to have a swim before dinner, but headed straight out instead to a local seafood restaurant. i'm now writing this blog as samson takes a swim in the pool. ...
Freedom: the act of nothing holding you back.
At this moment in life I have realized that we will never be as free as we are now. This trip started out as Gabe’s journey and I was along for the ride. It has since become our journey. I hated the thought of leaving my life, job and family and traveling. But this is the most amazing adventure I have ever undertaken. I would not trade it for anything. The memories, the relationships we ...