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... diameter. All of which makes them very difficult to photograph. The walk down to the Grove and back was about 2 and a half miles but in the warmth of the afternoon seemed a bit longer. We then moved on to the Wawona Hotel where we would be spending the next couple of nights. On the way we stopped to have a look at El Capitan and the Yosemite Valley. Interestingly the valley was shrouded in smoke which could clearly be smelt. Nobody knew quite where the fire was but ...
... the June Lake Loop, which takes us through the quaint town of June Lake and past the June Lake ski area. We pass by June Lake itself, which holds special meaning for Scott and Dave's families, as they've camped together there many times. It's a nostalgic visit evoking many good memories. After completing the June Lake Loop, we retrace our steps to Highway 395, and head north to Lee Vining, where we see signs for Yosemite National Park.
... we went back to Yosemite Valley for a final appreciation of the amazing granite cliffs and beautiful river bed and meadows, and Brad did a fabulous barbecue (more steak and salad!) by the river. A wonderful way to say goodbye to Yosemite. Next stop Napa Valley for some wine tasting and perhaps a sophisticated meal out one night?! And maybe a shower….(much needed as we ran dangerously low on water!)
... Iron Horse BBQ, and the smoker is out front and is in the shape of a railroad steam engine. The pulled pork was delicious! Speaking of steam trains, we have a steam train ride in the morning before we head to Seaside, CA back on coast highway. It should be an easy ride over, and Thursday we resume ou ride down the California coast on CA-1.
274.6 miles today
12,164.0 miles total
4.413 gallons today
289.354 gallons total
... just as the locals had predicted.
We got some lunch from McDonalds, refreshed, washed some dust off our feet, and we were ready to go for round two. This was the optional portion of the day: the drive to Glacier Point, from which you can see all kinds of angles of Yosemite National Park. Mom, Grampa and I were the adventurous few who decided to embark on this portion of the trip. We went on a pretty drive, up along a bunch of cliffs with views of the valley and ...