Mokelumne River Lodge
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... were fogged.Of course that jusst made the trip that much slower.
We finally made it to Sonora, and as we entered the valley the sun came out to warm us.
It took us a couple hours to wash and dry everything again. Thank god we were staying here for two nights.
We rode 154 miles today, but the last 50 or so were the worst.
Tomorrow is Yosemite and hopefully better weather.
Well, there we were, just minding our own business, eating our breakfast, when who should walk in and right past us but CLARK KENT! Most people have no idea who he is, but I know. Naturally the first thing one wonders is if there is some major emergency going on in the hotel which he has come to fix.
As it turned out, Clark has taken a job as catering manager for the restaurant (what a come down from The Daily Planet) and he kept his underwear firmly on ...
Today travelled to Yosemite National Park. Awe inspiring place that is. We did as every other tourist did - posed and took hundreds of photos. (I have yet to work out how to post pics from this iPhone, ). Heading north with Truckee as our destination. Finding accommo was a mission, every place we tried was booked, ...
We all love this campground in the Eldorado Forest, so we stay around until checkout time at 1pm: swimming, rafting/tubing in the stream.
Then we head towards Placerville: our good friend Norine and her family ...
... use a clever sorting me antis it collects all the heavy rocks which includes gold all you have to do is collect the silt which is not easy as most of it is iron fillings or big rocks. After a while some gold began to appear and after we had been doing it for 2 hours we were feeling rather sore. At the end of our time the guide showed us how ...