The Hotel Leger
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... ladders into the chasm. For a pinch of gold dust you could take a stalactite home with you. This chasm is unique because of helictites that go all crazy. They are formed on crystal at a time and defy gravity. It was fun and a work out of 165 steps down and up.
Then we we took a circle around through Sutter creek, Amador city, Dry Creek and back to Plymouth. We tired in several towns to get a cup of coffee to no avail, ...
... the dog.
As Marty started to make a cup of tea we realized we had left our food at the market. Kassy and I zoomed back and there at the counter was our supplies. The good people of Plymouth had saved our stuff.
Later we drove back to Plymouth and had dinner at Taste restaurant . It was a culinary adventure. Eight chefs create some amazing food. We ...
... Gerry road his bike most every day. Maggie and I did a lot of walking. The mornings were cool, but temps reached into the nineties by noon. So on with the a/c in the motor coach until the sun went down. I went to the seafood buffet one night and had all the crab legs and whole lobster you could eat. ...
... to go on the public bus service called Yart, as the stop was right outside the hotel, and took us up to the shuttle buses at the entrance to Yosemite NP
This meant getting our acts together as the bus let at 8.15am.
It collected other passengers along the way, so we saw different scenes at each stop, from motor camps to little towns that looked like a horse drawn buggy would fit the picture better,as ...
... casino and played some slots. Later I went back alone and hit 7 quickhits for $430. Boy was I happy. I also had a fab buffet for $ 5.50. Meanwhile back at the RV, Gerry and Maggie May were trying to weather the 97 degree heat without power and the use of a/c. It was a hot Night sleeping , but the cool air in the morning was ...