Comfort Suites Fresno RiverPark
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... were tired. Since I have used Muir quotes to begin many of my national park blog entries, I was listening for familiar phrases. Sure enough, I picked up on several. He used one expression I had never heard---CPR: Conserve, Preserve and Restore. Frank's performance was fascinating and definitely the highlight of the day!
Next: bedtime...so tired! Wouldn't you know---horrid pillows!
... we would have to wait until tomorrow. We had been having so much fun we had forgotten to have dinner (when does that ever happen with us!) so immediately ordered room service when we got in. Sitting in bathrobes at the room service trolley table by the TV at 5am seemed befitting of a Vegas night out.
Saturday started much like Friday with sunbathing in the day. It was very windy but baking hot by the pool which was sheltered by ...
... and their conclusion was Australia!!! Yosemite was absolutely amazing and it was great seeing this after seeing the scenery and glaciers in Alaska. Everything is just so big and awesome! God's creation and his plan for it is just so amazing and the more we see of different places, the more we realise it! Thank you God for your amazing planet that you designed and formed and thank you that we are getting to see some of it in our ...
... to campsite 4 pm make dinner, eat, relax 8 pm sleep Day 6 8 am wake up & shower 9 am breakfast 10 am put away food 11 am get together with camp friends 12 pm lunch 3:30 pm eat dinner, sit around, relax 5 pm campfire 8 pm clean up 8:30 pm say our goodbyes 9 pm clean up and then sleep Day 7 8 am wake up and shower 9 am start packing 10 am clean up 11 am one last check around, leave for home 2 pm back in ...
... enjoyed the challenge of trying to get our points across using our limited vocabulary, however it did mean that life was about to become a lot easier, or so we thought. Despite the fact we were surrounded by English speaking Americans, it still took us a few days to stop saying 'gracious' and 'adios' etc at every turn. In addition to this, I continued to look for bins to put toilet paper in and automatically turned on the 'C' tap thinking it was hot (caliente) rather ...