Super 8 Mariposa / Yosemite National Park Area
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... one way would need to stay o/n tioga lodge right on mono lake then 40mins to bodie one way
26th March - stop at Wawona Pioneer Yosemite History Center. Route 41, Wawona, Yosemite National Park, CA also redwoods Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias- one-way drive from The Redwoods Mariposa Grove Museum, ...
... and warm days (mid 20's).
The whole bus is blown away by the sites and experiences - expectations met already. Yosemite is described as a walking park, where others are a driving park, which we are told, we will realise soon. The only way to get to the sites are to drive. At Yosemite the park area is serviced by a very efficient shuttle service (free) that is hop on hop off.
Day three and we head to Lake Tahoe in ...
... growing evermore anxious to get off the spire. The clouds still looked threatening and he was now by himself on the narrow spire. So I repositioned, took a deep breath, and grunted my way across the line. Soon, I fell into a rhythm: push up the right jumar, then step in the aider and simultaneously push up the second. Then repeat and count to 20, counting for each movement. Then ...
Yesterday we drove into the park on the SR120, and here we were on it again.
It was not the most exciting of roads, and in the limited time we have, I really wanted to be exploring somewhere new. However, we decided to drive for one hour max. and then return.
(Yes, on the same road AGAIN.)
We drove as far as a little lake, and then drove back.
This is the road which connects to the 395 by way of the Tioga Pass, and which we had planned ...
... s a joy having our bikes with us so we can explore a new place this way and get an overall sense of it on wheels before diving into specific areas. This being spring the traffic hadn't increased yet as we hear it does intensely in the summer. We got to see and smell the Ponderosa Pines, Cedars, and occasional Douglas Fir up close, stop and dip our toes in the chilly water, play on the beach a bit, and appreciate the magnitude of this place.
On the second day we ...