Reverse Creek Lodge
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... Thats when we got the call our van was ready so we headed back and loaded our new van wth our stuff. What a difference between the two, looking at the old one now got knows why we accepted that, the thing is an absolutel bucket. Its alot of money we have spent on this and to think we could of had the old one the whole way is pretty sickening but then im just glad we have the new one for the drive from one side of america to the other. There was a hair dressers ...
... stopped off again at Sentinel Bridge. After another paddle, some skimming and a game of pooh sticks we headed back to Curry Village.
We had dinner out on the decking in Curry Village centre and were joined by an unexpected guest - a racoon jumped up next to us, scaring the living daylights out of Jo. After dinner the boys were desperate for another game of Lords of Waterdeep. So we went back and set up in the one of the tents and had a very cosy night playing away.
... in good order.
That said, Yosemite never ceases to amaze. We caught it on a gorgeous afternoon and found ourselves making our way in the late afternoon, early evening sunlight, which only accentuated the beauty. Doing it on a bike makes it only that much better as you have an unobstructred view of the surroundings.... part of the reason I love riding so much.
Anyways, I'll let the pictures tell the rest of the story.
... we made a lot of wrong turns and the GPS doesn't get you back on track it will just recalculate going the general direction you are, so we did a massive loop around San Fran, over the Bay Bridge and started heading to Yosemite through a bunch of towns, rather than the direct more scenic route. It was rather stressful. We decided to navigate on the iPad to try and get back on the correct path. We got told off by the GPS - it told us to stick to the highlighted route. In the end it ...
... I'm sure they all smoke pot over here!) Although there were people milling about at breakfast, there were very few people on our first trail, the silence was broken only occasionally by a deer rustling in the grasses or a bird call. Bagged a couple of trails then returned to the food court for some free coffee and hot chocolate. After that we jumped in the car to take the hour drive to Mariposa Grove. An area of giant Sequoias trees. ...