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... rock climbing and climbing the Eiffel Tower. A white granite outcrop with great views that had a staircase put up the side in the 1920s. Nearest experience to this was climbing Uluru before that was banned.
Not much to do at the John Muir Lodge. Great location but somehow soulless. The reception is about 3/4 mile from the rooms and there is no one to ask for anything just a load of wifi refugees huddled in the lounge as the wifi ...
... Hikes and Hops trip. We had originally planned to arrive Wednesday night, acclimate with a short hike on Thursday (the Whitney trailhead is at about 8,400 ft) and then hike to the peak on Friday,
which can take around 16 hours round trip. Gayle and Jerry, two of Julie's friends were planning to start around 2 am on Friday. Since we left SoCal a day late and
... This moment would mark our fourth snake sighting. This particular snake looked like a huge slug, flesh colored and looking slightly disfigured. It was absolutely disgusting and not interested in moving for us. It laid across the path, its entire 18 inches or so. I was prepared to turn back because I was not stepping over it, but it slowly slithered out of the way and we continued to Boole Tree. (We have seen a fifth snake since, and it was even smaller ...
... to look up at the huge trees.
I drove a little bit down the mountain to the Moro Rock trailhead. The Moro Rock trail was pretty easy but after a little bit you start to make your way out on the rock and it is literally a long drop on both sides. My stomach turned a little and my butt puckered! There were chains to hold on too. The view from the top WAS amazing. You could see smog from the San Fernando Valley on one side which is a sad reminder of the ...
... are in excess of 2000 years old. Some snow was still in shaded areas, but nothing on the roads. An eye opening, genuinely awe inspiring experience.
A really bummer experience was when my batteries in MY camera failed and I had failed to recharge the extra set. We had to depend on Rhonda's camera for the entire day. Her camera cost 4 times as much as mine, but my camera takes the better pics.