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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 …
... park is gorgeous and Kings
Canyon is spectacular. The road twists
and turns up the mountain, then down the other side into the canyon. We stopped along the river and dunked our
feet in the icy cold water. Next it was
on to Yosemite. We stayed in Oakhurst,
which is about 30 miles outside the south gate of Yosemite. Once again, it was very narrow roads ...
... much pressure I had. I fed my quarters into the machine and he showed me the old fashioned pop-out valve on the handset and said You've got 55psi in that, look at your door panel to find what you should have. I thanked him and gave him the handset so he got his air for free. The notification light did not go off for half an hour or so.
Somewhere along the way (I think near the town of Merced we saw some signs for Tinetti Realty - ...
... the rock face by the wind. We stopped at Tunnel View for the obligatory chance to re-create the classic Ansel Adams shot. There was a TV van parked up but no-one wanted to interview us on how the shut down had affected us. The fall colours were stunning; almost as amazing as the lack of people. When we stopped at Sentinel Bridge to take photos of Half Dome reflected in the Merced River, we were only the 2nd car parked. Even at Yosemite Village ...
... lake but there was no water there, all dried up, quite disappointing. It would be good to be informed of this. We were not the only ones, others brought their towels hoping for a swim. We did the drive around the valley floor and stopped to eat our lunch by the creek.
Left the valley floor of Yosemite and headed back to Mariposa via ...
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