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We made it to Sonora after a 2.5 hour car ride from San Francisco. The drive was not particularly pretty. We did see a lot of produce farms-may have been cherry trees or apricots. Emmett was a real trooper. Sonora was a cute, historic town. It was 100 degrees! We visited Columbia State Park, a historic gold mining town. I was really looking forward to this visit as it receives excellent reviews. However, there was really no one there! It was ...
... rhinestone, shirts and cowboy boots & hats was the dress code. It certainly was something different! It had all the elements of a livestock fairs, goats, sheep, cows, chickens and of course chubby hogs (pigs). The big event was the competition for the Saddle Queen battled out in the big ring by three 18 year old girls. At the end they were awarded prizes for the Saddle Queen, Miss Congeniality and Miss photogenic. The frog jumping was also a key feature but that ...
We got a called at 8:45 this morning from Dennis at Hi Tech Auto telling us what the problem with the van was: a bad crank shaft sensor. We authorized the repair, packed up, and checked out by noon (yes, we move that slow). The shop called back just then to tell us the van was ready! They picked us up at our hotel and after we took care of the bill and thanked them, we met ...
... to the car it had also warmed up quite a bit, so we headed off up the Tioga Road to try and find somewhere nice for lunch. What we found was Lake Tenaya, very few people around, crystal clear water and (of course) spectacular views of Tenaya Peak (and, in the distance, Half Dome). And that was pretty much it for the day - it was so nice that we decided to stay put after our picnic lunch and enjoy the water and the cooler temperatures (we were at about 8,000 ...
... on to Glacier Point, which was at an altitude of 7214ft, and stayed there for about half an hour enjoying the view and taking photos. I can't accurately describe what it was like, except that it didn't look real; we were facing Half Dome from the same direction as its depicted in The North Face logo and by this point the sun was really coming out so everything was glowing..it was one of the most beautiful views I've ever seen. Laura and I set off a little ahead of ...