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Travel Blogs from Oakhurst
After visiting the San Fran, we decided to take a little detour from the coast and head towards Yosemite National Park. We had heard nothing but awesome things about the place so decided we'd be mental not to check it out. We set off nice and early from San Fran, about 6am. Now I have no internet as I write this, so I cannot remember if I mentioned …
... impressions of the States comes from the movies - we have yet to see Santa's ringing bells etc
We have been impressed with the amazing service we have received everywhere we go. The waiters and sales people have all been extremely helpful and pleasant. We have been tipping but still can't get used to it.
Well, it's getting late here and we need to park up the RV for the night
... we drove to the motel and chillaxed in the pool.
tuesday 6th august
left san fran approx 8.30, at columbia for 12.30 having stopped a couple of times.
approx 2 hours from columbia to oakhurst
... we staggered into the Curry village pizza bar, starving and exhausted, but on a high and exhilerated after our awesome achievement!
Now it is 8.30 pm! And we are sitting in front of the van, having showered and re vitalised, about to grill some sausages and reflect on a truly magnificent day! I am so proud of my family! So far the epic road trip has gone flawlessly and no one has complained or been sulky - everyone has pulled their weight. Today, hiking ...
... hike walking on lose stones and stairs descending down. I lost my footing & jarred my knee so this made the rest of the hike very slow, this part of the hike was very difficult for most of us, not only was I hurting so was everyone else, Strawney & Ron both sick with colds pushing through the hike. We took the short route but this ended up being 30 % more difficult but the view & challenge was all worth while. We caught the ...