Lake Front Cabins
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26th - 27th July So, the second half of the trip has started! We now have 20 in the group, 17 new people, and then myself, Tom and Marie who are doing the full trip. We also have 2 new CEOs for the trip, Chris and Brad. We set off from San Francisco, stopping briefly on the island for a photo of the group and the sky line before heading back through California valley, heading for Yosemite. We drove a different route to the park which was ...
... they are called! We came to Olmstead Point, which is named after Frederick Law Olmstead, who was one of Yosemite's first preservationists and also designed New York's Central Park. The views were spectacular, for it seemed as we were surrounded by granite domes and peaks, with trees growing wherever they could. The kids enjoyed climbing all over the rocks and pretending. After Olmstead Point we quickly came upon Tenaya Lake, which was crystal clear. We all ...
... before collapsing on the bed after washing up. But what a day in Yosemite! Breath-taking scenery and a beautiful drive through the Tioga Pass.
We slept like babies that night but were up early again in the morning for another long day ahead – we were driving across Death Valley. One of the planet’s most unforgiving and inhospitable deserts. It is the ...
... as I type this. It's pitch dark and the sound of RVs arriving and leaving is the choice of music for the evening. Tomorrow we plan to wake early, cook breakfast and hit the road to get a good start considering we have a long drive ahead! Yosemite has been beautiful and quite a challenge to our usually hostel routine, feel quite shut off from the world which is a change from the cities we've been staying in. Night ...
... reward but jeeeez, wish I would've chose an easier hike! However, the views were pretty damn stunning from the top! Great scenery of the forests, valleys, rivers and mountains to be seen. We spent a couple of hours up there having lunch and relaxing on the mountain edge before the long tumble down! Things on the ground look incredibly small from up there! Much quicker on the way down, just an hour and a half going at a fair pace! Blisters were forming on my feet so ...