Sugar Pine At Yosemite
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... see the moonlit peaks that closed in all about us, our path had narrowed and clung to vertical cliffs, an even granite stair case carved into the mountain itself. Again the darkness glossed over safety notices, metal rails and rough stone work and left me with the feeling of climbing a to a isolated monastery or mountain castle as it wound its way through rock arches and climbed just within reach of wickedly impressive waterfalls. This fantasy continued and deepened when we ...
... we had to take it really slow. Then the downhill hike that killed everyone's quads and knees. Made it back to the van though a bit worse for wear!
My walking sandals (which I thought looked like special orthopaedic shoes) were in fact a god send they are like walking on clouds and the grip on the bottom is fantastic - best investment for this holiday!
We went for dinner in a local restaurant actually it was canteen but I was grateful ...
... have the same effect in German, so he uses it all he can in America. Silly.
Lost Arrow Spire Tip
Near the end of our trip, a friend we met in Red Rocks, Michael Sulock, had arrived in the Valley to start his new job and was living out in El Portal. After Astroboy, we cruised to his apartment and convinced him (an easy task as he’s a man up for adventure) ...
... of years, so it was dry and dusty. Big plantations of walnut trees on both sides of the highway, with occasional fields of corn. Lines of wind turbines of different sizes and we saw two mule deer so called because of their big ears. Passed through towns of Modesto, Merced and then into the hills past Mariposa, Midpones. These hills and then the ranges around Yosemite are part of the Sierra Nevada.
It took ...
... and made it in 5.5 hours.
It was looking pretty gloomy as we approached Yosemite and it started completely pouring down with rain. :-(
As we had made good time and were too early to check into our hotel we went to Mariposa Grove, home the giant sequoia trees, and sat in the car to eat lunch. We debated what to do next and as it was still showering we headed to the hotel to check in.
We are staying at Tenaya Lodge tonight- but not in the hotel itself, ...