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... road over Tioga Pass at 10,000 feet and into the high meadows of Yosemite. This really is a remarkable landscape with huge granite domed buttresses, lakes , meadows and endless fir trees some huge and grand. We didn't go into the Yosemite Valley as needed to cover a few miles so instead headed down the 140 and along the Merced ...
... we started talking the whole restaurant stopped to listen to us chat, just prior the place was a hive of talking with families and others chatting, but the place fell silent when we were talking to this guy who had heard of Australia only through TV, they obviously hadn't had many if any Aussie here before, it was like a small ghost town so fair enough i guess.
Well we stayed at a little Inn called Executuve Inn, it was reasonably priced but had a bit ...
... we sat down in our box seats however the view wasn't very good from there so we found some nearby spare ones. The game was a lot more interesting than the Dodgers game however after the ninth innings (when the game is meant to stop) it was a tie at 8 runs each. They then went into their 10th innings - during this innings Jack got lucky and managed to catch a foul ball. I say lucky in order to win the ball he pushed a lady out of the way and stopped this little 7 year old ...
... to not really get along with Catholicism, but I do believe in God… it’s just sometimes, I wonder what I did to deserve all this.”
“Deserve all what?” he asks.
... always some who will try to take their 39 footer in. I'm sure they were wishing they had not done so. The speed limit went from 25 mph to 20 then to 10 so you knew the curves were sharp. Again we were travelling along the edge of a narrow mountain road with sometimes guardrails, sometimes not. Going up was worrisome, coming down was hair raising...but enough said, it was worth the trip.
The sequoias are the largest trees on earth. The redwoods which we saw last ...