Groveland Motel & Indian Village
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... that the walk was up the side of a mountain! It was definitely worth it, you can see by the pictures we took.
The guide also told us more about how the drought was affecting the park. He said peak falls were usually in May or June, but they occurred in February this year. Fire is also a danger obviously, and there are signs everywhere about being cautious. When we left the park we drove ...
... again. We went for a nice hike up to a waterfall. It felt so good to finally get to do something active. By the time we made it back to the car, the clouds were rolling in.
The afternoon was spent driving. On the way out of Yosemite, we stopped for a walk around the old sequoia trees. They are these massive trees that are over 1000 years old. Then we took a small detour (it ended up being about 80 miles out of the way) to ...
... in ugg boots and high heels. The Yosemite (not so) falls. This was a pretty short trail to Yosemite falls. When we got there there wasn't actually any water just rock...I overheard some tourists complaining saying they wanted a refund of their trip due to a lack of water. It was a pretty nice looking rock at least. Glacier point This is a lookout where you can look down into Yosemite. It was a harrowing drive getting up there as described above. Someone had set up ...
... bus came and Ann was at the front of the queue and thought she could still make the bus, but she didn't and we had to wait another 15 minutes for the next one. How serendipitous this would turn out to be as the bus we were on was stopped by a park ranger to allow a mother bear and her cubs to cross the road.
All fear of brown bears was lost at this point as the bears ran away from the rangers chasing them out of the camp ground. Unfortunately we were ...
... all at 70 miles an hour. Modesto was a bit nondescript and only really shone on the outskirts where it became a nice little town.
From there we headed up the range to Groveland. The road was winding range cut into the side of the hill with minimal guard rails and trucks with scant regard for the centre line, but spectacular views.
At Groveland our hotel in the Main Street took three goes to find and another couple of ...