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... t quite the mirror we were expecting, mainly because people were swimming in it to cool off from the heat. We couldn’t blame them, it was a hot day!
When Ness decided to cool her head by the water’s edge, she realised the water was absolutely freezing cold – but apparently quite refreshing!
... it was 45 degrees with no shade, no animals and only about 3 other cars for 3 hours.
We decided to press on through this place and slept outside Vegas in Boulder City (famous for the Hoover Dam).
Wielka zmiana temperatury
Po długiej jeździe postanowiliśmy zatrzymać się w pierwszym lepszym miejscu aby odpocząć i nabrać sił na dalszą drogę do ...
... by weary travellers that there was nothing left in the whole valley. The ranger joined in enthusiastically saying the valley is a circus and you better have reservations… Haha
The next morning we coasted off the Tioga pass, flashed our national parks card at the park entrance and ventured into the “quiet side of Yosemite on a Friday morning at the very peak of summer”. Straight away you can see this place is spectacularl. We had been amongst the ...
We'd had an amazing time in Tahoe with the our lovely hosts the Pyketts, but all good things come to an end and it was time for the next chapter in our adventure. So after breakfast and some fond farewells we set out for what should have been about a 4 hour drive to Yosemite. We got a last tantalising view of the lake as we drove around the shore towards Carson City on a beautiful Tahoe morning before heading south.
It was all going so swimmingly! We left the ...
... Sequoia trees a thousand years old. John Muire, the father of conservation, was inspired by these massive trees to get them protected. The 3 km route we followed was the same route used by the miners, loggers and tourist who visited Yosemite.
We had lunch by the Yosemite Creek, which seemed small and unassuming with no hint of the long drop it makes as Yosemite falls into the valley below.
The vegetation changed from forest to sub alpine as we gained ...