El Dorado Motel
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Our driver/guide on the two-hour Valley Floor bus tour was Bill Fontana, a 25 year veteren of the Park who has written books and has a website on the Park. He was full of information, and a little garrulous at times. Got some good pics at the main touristy look outs. We particularly enjoyed watching with binos the many climbers on El Capitan. According to Bill, there is no ...
... no work."
We also saw some really big dairy farms and a big milk processing plant in the area.
We saw signs for a place called Bravo Farms on the highway. They advertised fresh produce, cheese, and nuts, so we stopped. The real attraction there is their antiques. They had room after room of old stuff that was interesting. They even had a car that talked to you when you approached it. We could have spent a lot of ...
... had run out of sausages, so no BBQ tonight. Before dinner at the local diner, we had a swim in the pool and should remix readers that at this point, there has barely been a day below 30C for the past three weeks. We are not complaining, however, California is in the midst of its 3rd annual year of drought which is causing hardship.
A great day. Come and see the Sequoias when you can.
Cheers, The Berrys
Having previously been white water rafting, we knew what to expect... or did we?
As well as racing down rapids, traveling along tiring flats and experiencing giant waves, in the Tuolumne Canyon we: 'surfed holes', manoeuvred through boulder filled corridors and even braved it down 'swimming rapids'. The trip was exciting, scary and tiring, and when accompanied by the humour of ...
... an overly-large portion of what was inside and scurried off into the night.
At this point, we headed back to our tent, ready for the quiet time of the evening. All residents have to be quiet between 10am and 6am, so we headed to bed, ready for an adventurous day exploring some of the more challenging trails in the park tomorrow. We fell asleep to the lilting tune played by the cicadas, under a thin layer of canvas separating us from the nature we had waited so long to be a part ...