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... a long-time ranger in Camp 4, instills the fear of God in just about any dirt-bag, climber or not. She knows all the tricks we play and doesn’t do favors or go easy on anyone. So we had established our routine of driving out to a large dirt pullout in El Portal just outside the park about 25 miles away. On the bright side, we got to move back into our van, which is the ...
... park is actually within a crater! There are still some geothermal sites active in this part. Could not hike to the main parts as they were blocked by snow and also there was no time. But managed to see a boiling mud which are formed because of thermophiles. Best time to visit: July Finally reached Yosemite at ...
For real, if Yosemite was a person I would absolutely want to be her best friend forever. Yosemite. Big sigh, big grin on my face, as I think of it. I was giddy as we left Sequoia for Yosemite, a very monumental national park, and quite possibly the biggest to cross off of our list since the Grand Canyon. We made several stops on our way, stocking up on fresh juicy nectarines and white peaches at one of many roadside stands. We wove our way through many ...
... br> By the time we left, we were almost on hug terms.
"Can I get you a cup to go?"
Don't you just love Americans? How could I refuse my new best friend?
She hurried away and came back with two coffees in take away cups, with lids.
I left the restaurant with my cup to go, a boiled egg for Jette and a banana in each pocket.
As you do.
Our first stop was for fuel, where Jette managed to pick up two Icelandic Harley biker blokes.
Hot tip: if ...
... lots of lush hills with rows and rows of wind turbines. As the land got flatter we made a wrong turn north on the 5 a little, so we pulled over at a "Gas Station" to use the toilets and grab a California road map. From around here on, the scenery was drab and boring the whole way. Nothing but dead grass for miles and miles, and the stinking heat.
We kept heading south east through places like Modesto, Merced, Mariposa and eventually east on the 140 into El ...
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