All Seasons Groveland Inn B&B
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... t expect too much but it was also like pulling into a parallel parking bay and that was it!!! After we struggled away for a few minutes to try and get level, we were approached by the camp hosts and told it was a temporary parking bay, they moved a piece of paper back from the number to reveal the number 44, our real campsite number 4 was on the next block and a lot better! While Andrew parked the RV in the correct spot I headed off to the ...
... to the campsite for some more beers (but not for me, there's another bus ride tomorrow!) and a fire with some more smores.
The ukeleles came out and we had a little jam session. Carmelo and Cuki both could play quite well, and Shane was an excellent bassist, and also had a go at the bari uke when he got his head around the tuning.
Obviously Darren and I had a go as well, it was good fun.
After a while it was getting late so we said goodnight and all went to ...
... blow my own trumpet too much eh! So I raced back down to the bottom of the valley the way I had just come... grabbed some lunch in the village and waited at the Yosemite Lodge in for my ride back to SF... and prompty fell asleep in my seat on the 5-hour drive back to the city. PHEW. What a few days...! Man I sure packed a lot in... and my legs were literally about to fall off. But no time to hang around... I've got a train to catch! All aboard the Amtrak to LA BABY.
... hours to get to our hotel over on the west end of the park, luckily right before dusk.
The next day we went into the park, rode the shuttle buses to various places of interest in Yosemite Valley Village. We took a 2 mile walking trail to see Mirror lake, even though there is no water in it this time of year. It was such a peaceful walk looking at the beautiful trees, changing leaves and all the granite ...
... the valley and over to Half Dome were amazing. After three days in the park you start to run out of superlatives, it is just such an amazingly stunning place. We could actually see the hikers on Half Dome.
After convincing Nick not to jump the fence and climb onto the counter lever rock we headed to Sentinel Dome for lunch. This was an easy 20 minute walk followed by a 5 minute slog up the rock face. As usual Nick did it all in pluggers much to ...