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... finally made it out of the San Francisco bay!! Some of you probably understand what a vortex that place is and how easily a person can get sucked in, visiting with the intention of staying a few days and ending up there for weeks, or months, or even forever. forever ever-ever?
there is just so darn much going on there and so many interesting, hip people. Driving from place to place in the bay absolutely sucks. the traffic is awful, and ...
... a sign that said 18 miles to go! WTF!! Obviously the signs weren't gonna be any help on the trip.
We passed half dome and the exhaustion started to hit. The ait was thinning. We had been climbing for 5 hours and had gone up 6000 Ft. Putting us at a total of 10,000 Ft., and yet we pressed on as day light wore down. 12 miles down 12ish to go...? We weren't really sure.
A ranger told us there was a chance of rain, and when she asked about our gear, we lied and said we had ...
... with my Abroad group in high spirits feeling I had succeeded in my classes.
The delta was beautiful and seeing everyone for the last week was both good and bad. We had gotten tired of each other, but in the same way people get tired of being around their family. I miss all of them so much already, and I'm lucky enough to be in California with the larger chunk of students. I will probably never forget that trip for the rest of ...
... It was very hot tonight although Jackie commented that the summer had been cool, usually their summer temperatures were over 105 degrees!!
Jackie and Jerry have two dogs, Spot and Bonita, so it was good to have a doggy fix and they were certainly pleased to see us.
Have to say that the ongoing canasta tournament is not working in the Reynolds favour, the Goldsmiths seem to be on a winning streak much to my chagrin. ...
We finally made it to Merced Grove after a brief stop for lunch which we decided to eat in the car after seeing how quickly bears can move and how good they are at hiding up trees. It was only a 1 ½ mile walk to the Sequoia’s, although on the way we saw a family of deer walking through the trees right next to the path. The Sequoias were huge, so big that it was impossible to take a picture of the whole tree.
We drove back into ...