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... be a sight to see!
We walked to the Crater Lake and met some shrews along the way, through the forest.
A little bit of shopping, including gluten free sweets for Sam-Vons has a huge range of gluten free goods, sam would love it here!
Leaving for LA tomorrow!
... poised, Jonathan missed it! We were surprised by its colour and Ben was convinced it was a Golden Grizzly which the lady on the bus had said used to roam these woods in the 1900s. We later found out that black bears come in a range of colours from pale to dark brown - so we saw a golden black bear! Continuing down through the wooded area we stopped for lunch at Illilouette Creek, and next to a couple of ladies doing yoga (as you do!).
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... only rain we have seen and luckily it stopped before our two hour hike. Yosemite national park it beautiful. Great views both from the road and foot. Hard to remember everything but the views were not given proper justice by any of the camera shots. Despite the rain I mentioned no waterfalls were in action. The land around this state was scorched so no surprise. This is probably why the only wildlife we saw were chipmunks and an occasional tiny lizard. Even ...
... wheel, top bloke! It didnt take long to cycle from one side to the other but it was definately worth it, alot more relaxing cycling it than driving it thats for sure! It was very windy which was a good thing cause it blew off most the cut hairs from my head. Back to the van, bikes on the rack and map open. Not that there was any point in having the map cause we didnt know where we were going. We decided after being on the road a while to go to Yosemite. We took ...
... came up. Full of energy and the joys of summer :) I did a bit of trail running on the flatter bits and was down back at the car just 45 mins later. Driving back to Lone Pine I picked up a hitchhiker who was waiting in the Mt Whitney car park. He was a 67 year old retired dentist who'd just dropped off his car in the car park. He'd pick it up 3.5 weeks later after he and his wife had caught the bus back to Yosemite and completed the long John Muir hiking ...