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... to an altitude of 10,000 feet and takes over 1 hour to drive accross. As dusk was fast approaching, we found a nice hiding place where the park rangers would not find us at night. We decided to read through the literature they had given us when we entered the park. Again, we learnt some interesting facts:
1.There are bears
2.Bears can break into your car
3.Bears can smell food in your car
4.THERE ARE BEARS!!!
... first, and he went over the handlebars. When Rob returned I took his bike and did another lap around Spooner Lake with Phoenix, then Phoenix did another lap with Dad, then I did another lap by myself, to get the most out the full day rental. Made me want to get back into mountain biking when we come home!
Hot and sweaty we went up the east side of the lake again to a swimming beach, the kids dubbed "paradise". Big boulders littered the shore and out about 30 metres, ...
... the Big Oak Flat entrance to find out that our only way into the Yosemite Valley avoiding the fire was a 3 hour drive out and around the park and back in from the opposite side. Not the news we wanted to hear after 8 hours of driving.
We set out for yet another very scenic drive through amazing woodland along surely the windiest road in California. We headed back into the park praying that the road was open. As we drove through we caught sight of the fires ...
... pretty alpine lakes and walks which seem to be popular. There are many camp sites scattered through this area. There is even a shuttle bus put on by the park for walkers. Some hills till had patches of snow right down to the water. Michael braved the water, which was surprisingly "warm" in the shallow parts.
At Tioga pass there was enough snow for Manuwai to throw a few snow balls. From Tigo Pass the road descended very steeply dropping about 2,000 ft in 9 miles. ...
... just over 2100 meters which took us over five hours for the return trip. We've been lucky with the weather here and it's been warmer than usual which made it a tough hike. Steps switchbacked across the mountains face as we rose higher and higher, as the air got thinner on approaching the summit. Well worth the sweaty effort from the top. Our second day we travelled by car to enable more sites, with the highlight being the view from ...