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... down that gave us a lighter and wished us well.
We ended up walking 3 miles before setting up camp and realizing we were in black bear country with no rope. Did we want to sleep with our food? The question was answered for us, right on the edge of the campsite laid a big pile of bear poop. We dug a hole to hide the food and called it a night.
I'm pretty tired after a long week of work. It's only 9 but I started falling asleep writing this.!
... rocks around the beach it is very beautiful. Mum, Madi, Cal and Sybella had a little swim but it was really really cold. Cal and Daddy spent a lot of time skimming stones across the water, Daddy got one to go 13 times, Cal was amazed. Then we lost Bella after she decided to go for a walk without anyone so it was time to go!
We were back in the car for the long boring road to the bright lights of Reno.
From The Simsons
Our last day at Yosemite Valley after our summer camp style breakfast in the dining room we went for a walk to the bridge which has a great view of the falls except there is no water at this time. We see more squirrels and lots of people bird watching and on our walk back we see a mule deer and 3 fawns who came really close.
After that we packed the van and ...
... good enough for the police/sheriff then it will do us too. she was right. The sheriff, Grant to us, recommended the Margaritas and offered Dave a ride home to Carson if he decided to take a drink. That's what I call community service! He did add that it would be in the back seat and handcuffs would be involved but he seemed genuine enough. Dave didn't drink ant took us safely back for an early night and we stopped of for a photo shoot with the local dear en ...
... visible in the peeling paint. The town has turned itself over almost completely to tourism. There are a 3 or 4 museums: school house, Mark Twain’s journalism office, firefighters, and mining. And of course, there were several casinos. The rest of the buildings house tourist "shops": leather, jewelry, western clothing, and junk. Since it was Sunday of Memorial Day weekend, the town was very crowded ...