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From Las Vegas to Mammoth Lakes the drive went from scrubby desert (which we were getting a bit weary of at this point) over the Eastern High Sierra, all snow capped mountains and winding roads. It was at this point that Ian decided to let me drive; a mistake he regretted because the moment I had control of a huge, powerful Mustang the roads all of a sudden went from dead straight with nothing in front or behind for miles to hairpin bends up and ...
Heading inland we camped at Yosemite for two days - seeing huge sequoia trees! We also went on a 8.2 mile trek through the park crossing paths with waterfalls and (the other group) even a bear! We had a little paddle at the top of one of the waterfalls - all I wanted to do is jump in but I didn't fancy being swept away so that will have to wait! This was a great trek and as a treat we had pizza for tea to mark our ...
... swam around while I thawed out in the late afternoon sun.
After Mike dried off, we opened a bottle of Pinot Noir and nestled into our chairs. Yosemite Falls towered in front of us. We stared up at the falls in awe that we had actually climbed to the top. Tapping our glasses together, we congratulated each other. A deer swim across the river. To our right, Half Dome began to glow as evening approached. We sipped our wine in silence soaking up all the natural ...
Turns out sleeping on the bus did not give us a great nights' sleep. Apart from the Australian chap snoring so loud we thought we were back living with Pimmy, it was freezing cold. To the point where we had to wrap our spare towels around us to try and generate some warmth. It was a long night.
After a long and rather cramped drive (we have a 7ft German who likes to sprawl all over the place) we arrived at Bodie, California’s official Gold Rush ...
... which was a fantastic drive as the sun was setting behind the mountains. At dusk we were nearing our destination and climbing through the mountains again, and it was suddenly mad with moths barrelling at us as we drove! It was so loud, and in ridiculous size and numbers, we’ve never seen anything so absurd – and the evidence was all over the car once we stopped! Made it to Lee Vining, gateway to Yosemite and cute town, and checked into our neat room at the El Mono ...