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First of all, I appreciate everybody's patience as we try to work the kinks out of our blog. The previous site was not user friendly and didn't offer any support so I'm hoping this one will work better. Please leave comments and let me know what you think. May was a very busy month for us. We literally had something scheduled every day of the month …
... as the stop was right outside the hotel, and took us up to the shuttle buses.
This meant getting our acts together as the bus let at 8.15am. It collected other passengers along the way, so we saw different scenes at each stop, from motor camps to little towns that looked like a horse drawn buggy would fit the picture better,as they were very quaint. Remnants of the Gold rush era I believe.
Our journey was slowed down by 15 mins due to a ...
... lovely looking spot with a reasonable waterfall and overhanging rocks ideal for jumping off. They were really high, but after watching some guys jumping off I decided to give it a go. Not being too comfortable with heights it was quite a challenge for me to get out there on the ledge and jump in...but I did it! The girls then wanted to try it so up we all went and, whilst Annick took photos from below, they bravely climbed out to the end and with a whoop they both jumped in, one ...
... but for the most part we cracked on and enjoyed the chance to stretch our legs abit. We'd started the hike at 10.15am and after half an hour we were really feeling the heat; the sun was intense and the route afforded very little cover for the most part. After just over an hour we re reached Illilouette Falls and continued on to our half way point at Nevada Falls, where we'd planned to stop for lunch and a little rest. We continued on, seeing loads of chipmunks, ...
... We got out and stretched our legs for a little amble around Tenaya Lake and then again for a short hike around the area of Lembert Dome. I was craving a fireside birthday bevvie though and accepted that navigating the snaking road back to Hodgson would be best completed prior to starting with that... After all, I had Mom gripping the “holy ****” handle hard enough on the drive up, what with no shoulder and no barriers between Milly's chassis and the valley bottoms below.
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