Yosemite West / Mariposa Koa
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We took our time getting going this morning. Didn't want to get caught in the rush hour traffic!! NO way.
Cliff was bound and determined he was going over both the Golden Gate and the Bay Bridge.
We kind of had a dry run the morning we took Uber, he went over the Golden Gate.
We did fine. Got Nuvi and the IPhone giving directions! Of …
... I can officially say that we’ve bathed in the waters of Yosemite...and even took a drink. If we wind up with parasites, we’ll know where they came from.
We walked back up the trail to the visitor’s center and we linked back up with Memere. Instead of walking the path, she took a tour of the valley from the comfort of the shuttle bus. She did get to see the outside of the lodge, of which I am envious. We all got lunch at the grill in the village, which was ...
... visit. The grove was supposed to close in June, but it was open through today, July 5th. Now it will be closed for two years for regrowth and trail improvements.
Glacier Point-beautiful views, great weather! Kids really enjoyed this trip. Emmett LOVED rock climbing!
The Valley-beautiful meadows and views. Lots of driving though. Many people out due to holiday weekend. Saw the water falls, Half Dome, El Capitan.
... the Half Dome, the most famous mountain in Yosemite National Park. This National Park impresses you by its beautiful mountain ranges, waterfalls and invites you to do some rafting, climbing or biking. Because of this a lot of Americans spend their summer vacation with their families there. On our walk back we were again very lucky to see a small baby black bear next to the path. We did not see "Mama Bear", but maybe she was watching ...
... Bracebridge Hall, the transformed Ahwahnee dining room.
We were paraded to our seats – we lucked out and had the table closest to the stage. I knew at that moment there was no chance I wouldn’t be taking photos.
Before/after each of the many courses, there was entertainment. Singing. Dancing. Storytelling. Jestering. With a light story line tying it all together. Courses included: relish appetizer, bread, trout tureen, Sonoma duck ...