Joseph House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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28th-29th July Yesterday was the end of Yosemite and stuff that had already been done, and the start of new stuff! We started off by heading to see the giant sequoias after we broke camp. They are just as amazing second time round, and it's such a lovely walk down to the grove. It was also nice that it was much quieter than the last time we went down as it was early in the morning. We then headed up to the same lake that we had lunch at when ...
... The trail dropped to 10,500 feet before making us climb to 11,968 feet, the height of Glenn Pass. It began to snow on us intermittently as we were climbing and descending Glenn Pass. Unfortunately, Hummingbird twisted her ankle on the approach back to the PCT, yet she was still able to hike despite the pain. Needless to say, it slowed her down. Shepherd, Teflon, Hummingbird, and Casey spooked when they heard thunder. They had decided to wait it out a bit before going over ...
... themed base dishes we are cooking hotpot. Quick shop for the ingredients and it was back in the van. After a good few hours drive we eventually made it into Rachel, a town inhabited by a mere 60 people. It is absolutely huge and very much like a ghost town except for a little hotel and cafe amply names the ale-inn which I thought was amusing and it's here were we had lunch. After lunch Emily pulled up to the famous extraterrestrial highway sign were we hung up ...
... We spent time here visiting and doing some minor repairs. Ron and I drove up to two of the local lakes, which were extremely low on water. It was great to visit Ron and see his place. He has the nicest lawn in the park!
Sierra Dave moving ...
So Bishop was meant to be just an overnight stay en route to 2 nights staying in a tent cabin in Yosemite National Park, but, due to the govt. shutdown the park is closed so we've decided to stick around here for the next couple of days and hopefully drive through Yosemite on the way to San Francisco on Saturday. I say hopefully as they've seen a bit of snow the last couple of days and currently the road that we would need to take to drive through Yosemite is ...