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... in the park, you have to hire a bear canister ( big metal box ) to keep all your food in. Seems, if they can smell it, they sneak in and polish off the lot! Drove back to our hotel ( Charlotte ) in Groveland. Very quaint. Had some great cocktails in their fab bar and a nice meal afterwards. Very little to do here so decided to move on to Fresno ...
... mountains. The route we used was California 120. This road would be a blast to drive in my Porsche, but out Kia Sedona mini-van would have to do. The road follows a series of switchbacks and turns as it winds through the mountains and valleys. It is challenging enough that it is closed during the winter. We soon reached a reservoir where there was a pull off. You will see the picture how low the water is. We continued towards the park, going up and down the ...
Yosemite National Park Day 2
We woke early as canvas is not very good at blocking out the morning sun light. Showers and a hot breakfast at the eatery and we started our day of exploring the park. We hired bikes for 2 hours in the morning and enjoyed riding around the trails and admiring the breath taking views. Unfortunately there were fires just outside the park so the sky had a covering of smoke and everything was ...
As planned we were on the road by 8.30 am with the plan to hit the valley, grab something to eat and then have a look around.
On the way to the valley Margaret saw something run across the road. She called it a bear, no one else saw it so we can't say it wasn't but she didn't have her glasses on. Carol is our deer spotter as she is picking them out everywhere.
Of course there are squirrels running around everywhere ...
... told it was ok if we were only going to be a couple of hours which we were.
The Iron Door Saloon is the oldest continually running drinking establishment in California, even through Prohibition I read. As promised it has a big iron door and once we entered we noticed a lot of wildlife on the walls as well as dollar bills on the roof. Lunch was had, merchandise was purchased from across the road in the general store where they had a stuffed bear in the ...