Hunewill Guest Ranch
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The alarm clocks went off at 7am, we reluctantly rolled out of our log cabins and were soon on the road in Mr.T for our full-day adventure in Yosemite National Park - black bear country!
Within minutes the scenery was making us all say 'wow!' We were driving through the Tioga Pass, a 39-mile scenic route through forests, meadows, lakes, and granite domes.
Want to thank everyone that attended our 40 year anniversary and retirement party. Steve and Brenda were excellent hosts and dearly love them for their friendship. Here is the web address to the drone video of that day.
We took two days to travel to Yosemite for our first sightseeing stopover ...
... Następnego poranka odkryliśmy 3 istotne fakty:
1.Spaliśmy nad pięknym jeziorem Tahoe
2.Hotele nad jeziorem Tahoe nie oferują prysznicu ludziom, którzy śpią w samochodzie
3.O 4 nad ranem musieliśmy zapalć silnik i włączyć ogrzewanie gdyż byliśmy bliscy zamarznięcia. Potrzebujemy śpiworów, o których wcześniej nie pomyśleliśmy w ...
... But it didn’t stop us from returning the next morning for a soak in the, hopefully now cleaned, hot spring.
Back to Rob…
We travelled south west a little quicker than normal to catch up with our mate, and sometimes guide, Jamie who spends his NZ winter with his American girlfriend Nicole. We powered back up the Sierra Nevada range to the Tioga pass and got the last campsite available in a state park just outside the Yosemite national park and ...
... yet another one. This one had a car park at the top of a steep hill, then one pool half way down and as you finished the steep climb downwards it took you to a creek.
This creek was made from melt water from the mountains and was utterly freezing cold, beyond refreshing! However on the left of this were several pools made from stones from the river bed. the pools closer to the creek were obviously freezing, but as you got closer to the rock face on the left they ...