Hampton Inn Visalia
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... We bought a cooler bag backpack to help us through these 100 plus degree temps.
We then stopped at Wendy's across the road for lunch - well some chips & drink for Greg and a grilled chicken & salad burger for me. It isn't like our Aussie Wendy's, more like Maccas in concept but much nicer/healthier.
This of course curtailed our travel plans to go to King's Canyon as we would have needed to leave LA about 6 am, but so much better to make sure that Greg is going to ...
... including the granola) with my ipad. Morning 2 was a potato and cheese frittata (along with the oj, granola and I'm not sure what it was - kinda like a cornbread type thing - very good with the homemade raspberry jam!). Darrin actually tried the frittata and ate half of it, I had about 2/3rds - it was very rich, and our breakfasts usually consist of juice and cereal.
Next day - back to the coast! At least they can't shut that down...
... are sisters so we are planning on meeting up some days after camp. The mum is called Jennifer whilst the dad is called GianMarco and they have a 6 year old son called Matteo. At first Mateo seemed very quiet but as soon as we hit the house he made me play some games with him - we played operation but a car version - I decided after a while to use my left hand as I was winning with my right. I thought I better hold back my competitiveness - Mateo certainly wasn't and loved ...
We left Las Vegas heading north-- to take us through Death Valley. Supposedly, it only rains twice a year... it rained when we were there... not sure if that's a good omen or a bad one. At any rate, it is indeed a dry and desolate place. We ate a picnic lunch there, and then drove west towards the back-side ...
... separate area, but is now part of Josemite. I am in shorts and singlet today, compared to the snow yesterday, such a huge fluctuation in temperature, between altitudes. Had an awesome 5 mile walk to the huge Wapama Falls, which last year, in the massive snowmelt, swept away two men & drowned them. Met lots of nice people on the track, heaps of whom think we're English! In the last few days we have seen squirrels, chipmunks, wild deer and a fleeting glimpse of a ...