Chateau du Sureau
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... we did see a squirrel and some dragon flies.
On the way back to Chilnualna Falls, we stopped at the general store where Robyn's GPS told us a cache was nearby. Jonathan promised an icecream if Robyn & Margie found it, Bill promised an icecream if they didn't. Mmmmm win win. The cache was found hidden in a fake pine cone, so it was icecream all round!
Then the attempt on this darn waterfall trail. It was really steep and some of the ...
... from lodges to camper vans to a sea of tents.
Back to the car, we managed to navigate out of the valley with a growing stream of day visitors and as the shadows lengthened, stopped for one more photo opp higher up the hill than the tunnel lookout before heading home.
We still hadn't decided on what to do for dinner and Robyn offered to cook meatloaf and roast veggies, so with no argument whatsoever, we stopped at the supermarket for vital supplies and a ...
... Denali, in Alaska – 20,268 feet. And the lowest (and toastiest) is in Death Valley, 282 feet below sea level.
The US National Park System is a study in extremes. Extreme isolation. Extreme beauty. Extreme spirituality. Extreme awesomeness.
Perhaps the two most extremely spectacular National parks, with geological features unmatched anywhere in the world, are Grand Canyon, in Arizona – and Yosemite National Park ...
... down near the base, while others were climbing much higher. There is actually a trail up to the top of the upper falls, but that is about a 4 hour hike and gos up a few thousand feet. A little too much effort for our short trip.
There were plenty of hikes around the area, and we could see why this was such a popular park There are tons of planned activities, mostly free and family oriented and geared around the ...
... why Yosemite is called by some "The most beautiful place on earth". It's just overwhelming to look out at the giant rocks, waterfalls and faraway picturesque valley. Glacier Point is 7,200 ft high and 3,200 ft above the valley below. Pictures can't do it justice. We spent some time looking out from different locations. The only animals we saw were squirrels and a few deer. We had a late dinner with an all too cheerful waiter when we got back. It was a great day. ...