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... booming economy in 2001. While that history lesson may have made your eyes glaze over, here is a quick and interesting summary of the dollar/peso exchange situation, and another pessimistic view of the economy. Oddly, the largest currency note printed in Argentina is the 100 peso bill. The government fears that larger bills would be an admission of ...
... of everyone else. We had lunch at the top of the Dome with views of El Capitan and Half Dome.
Normally at this time of the day Denise is ready to head for home but she didn't want to waste the afternoon and suggested one more walk, so we detoured back into the valley to walk to Vernal Falls. First stop was to catch a bus to the trail head and while waiting Ann spied a shop and headed in for a banana, be patient there is a reason for this part of the ...
... and Guyhirn, flat as far as you could see, with agriculture, dykes and Mcdonalds instead of sex shops. And one windmill. And interestingly plenty of water considering it hasn't rained in California in a year. We drove out of the flatlands and up into the hills, and back to civilisation. Bryan charging the Charger so we had a chance of getting there before midnight. Apparently with my driving we would ...
... appropriate footwear. Those who were still doing it were still some way behind. We said our goodbyes to the girls and continued on, but got a bit waylaid by the pool that the waterfall was being drawn from; it was really cool and shallow so we had a bit of a wade and a cool down...it was also really nice to wash off our faces, arms and legs, all of which were covered in a fine red dust from the trail. After this, we packed ourselves back up and started on the second half of ...
... to see the entire Yosemite Valley stretched out before us and the mountains on the north side of the valley. We had a wonderful view of “El Capitan” mountain, the “Upper Yosemite Falls”, the “Lower Yosemite Falls”, “Washington Column”, “Half Dome” and numerous mountains further to the east, one that reached over 11,000 feet. This was truly a wonderful day viewing some of the wonders of our world.