Mono Hot Springs Resort
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... all the fires. Tidbit of info as it takes us about 1 hours to get from Wowona to the valley but back in the late 1800's-1900 it took 8 hours to travel along with changing the 4 horse stage 4 times.
We decided to make the trip to Hetch Hetchy Valley which is in the northern section and it was the section that John Muir loved and fought against the dam that is there (water in reservoir goes to San Francisco). In order to get there we had to go partway thru the ...
... to the Grand Canyon which we would have to spread over two days. On our way we came across a section of route 66 so we decided to drive it.......who wouldn't?! The first night of our journey to the canyon we stayed in a place called Laughlin which is like a mini vegas in the middle of the dessert but after 8 hours driving and with the temperature of 100 degree fahrenheit we were not 'Laughin!'. We stayed in a casino for the ...
... 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
... shown brilliantly between the beautiful Sequoias. We hiked for about 5 miles, with an altitude change of about 500 ft.
Our evening entertainment was provided by Mark who did a slide/video show of his experience as a rescue volunteer on Mt. McKinley. Mark was also one of our hiking guides and provided many more stories of his experiences throughout our trip. The day ended with another Red Sox ...
... sing a long sight and you can see only the light on the train at the front. Occasionally the train driver sounds the whistle which echoes in the forest. It is really a memorable ride back to the station.
We have enjoyed our stay at Tenaya Lodge despite the closure of Yosemite. The Lodge is very attractive.