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... villages where you could visit the visitors centre and talk to rangers, there was a replica of what the Indian villages in the area looked like, gift shops (of course), a post office and lots of eateries. One of which was a pizzeria where we were treated to tea (for once Matt admitted a whole pizza to himself would be a bit much, the pizzas here are ...
... to crawl through one that had fallen over (all the way down the middle of it, which for some proved slightly claustrophobic) as well as walk through a tunnel carved through the base of another (which is big enough to take a small van). The camp ground had a creek running through it so a few of us enjoyed a dip in that before tea (a sort of pesto carbonara made by Rachel and ...
... about taking the Mist Trail a bit higher to see the Yosemite Falls. Well, I thought, that sounds nice. A nice little stroll to a bridge, looking at trees and squirrels and whatnot. How nice.
It was a half hour hike uphill to the bridge. On the way we passed lots of squirrel signs that said:
SQUIRRELS CARRY FLEAS
FLEAS CARRY PLAGUE
SQUIRRELS CARRY PLAGUE!
Which I’m guessing was telling us to steer clear of the squirrels. So we ...
... the unheated tents and around the log cabins. I wonder whether they are bored yet and would like the people back or whether they want it to stay like this forever? Writing my review of Wawona for TripAdvisor made me wonder, why do I think it is wonderful? I wanted to write pure luxury ... But I suspect that it isn't lots of people's idea of luxury at all. It is mine because it provides all the things that I think are important in a hotel ... And few of those things that I don't. Is that ...
... it took awhile (and me putting the GPS up on the window instead of messing around with it in my lap) before the GPS kicked in, about 10 min. Luckily, it was early Sun morning (about 10:15 or so when we left with the car) and there was nary a person to be found. Mostly a straight shot from the rental place to where we were going, and we were on our way to Coarsegold, where our accommodations were, about a 30 min or so drive to Yosemite ...