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Another brilliantly fine mild day. We brunched next door at Lori's diner at 10.40am and flagged a taxi to take us to the waterfront to do the 3rd of the 4th Hop On Hop Off tours. This one was the Golden Gate Bridge and Sausalito. The tour, which lasted about 1 1/2 hours, took us over the Golden Gate Bridge with stops at each end for photos - the 1.7 mile bridge can also be walked but it was a bit windy. Then to a town on the ...
... which afforded us some stunning views! We camped for a couple of nights in bear country, without getting eaten. Alex [definitely] saw a bear [cos he's basically bear grylls] whilst I was driving through some woodland [like a maniac], I think he saw a bit of burnt tree... There was a massive wild fire here just under a year ago and the scars are still very obvious. Acres of ...
... jackets, and shoes - if you were under 12 or over 75, you could leave your shoes on. Ron was very grumpy. Once we'd had a million bins through the xray machine, we had to go and stand in a machine for a full body scan. When I came out, I commented to the lady "that was easy". She was really nice, but informed me that there were a few issues the machine had picked up on me!!! I hastily felt pockets, but it turned out it was the domes on the legs of ...
... One was around Mirror lake, and the Other the Panorama trail from Glacier Point. Now I've got some inspiration to get into the park back country. The drive out from the recently opened Tioga Pass was gorgeous, after we did a hike to some Sequoia Trees (largest trees in the world). And then crazily, we were in a salt lake (Mono Lake) as soon as we left yosemite! This was a great intro to Death Valley. ...
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The elevator doors open at the underground walkway connecting United terminals B and C. Katie is wheeled to one of those transport cars that go beep beep beep through the airport. There is only room left for Anne and Katie. They climb in and are quickly whisked away leaving Grant and I alone - just a couple of regular guys at the airport.
Grant and I get to our very convenient gate C18 but wait 10 minutes for ...