Lake Front Cabins
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... the better! Reaching the bottom, exhausted again I had a rest for 45 mins or so, before doing a smaller trek, again I don't know why I decided to do more. I thought it was going to be flat but it wasn't, a 2 mile round trip this time but I could of really done without it, all just to see a waterfall up in the mountain! Anyway, after all was done I was a complete goner, drove back, cooked food, showered and tucked into bed nice and early! When I woke I had the day ...
... the Big Oak Flat entrance to find out that our only way into the Yosemite Valley avoiding the fire was a 3 hour drive out and around the park and back in from the opposite side. Not the news we wanted to hear after 8 hours of driving.
We set out for yet another very scenic drive through amazing woodland along surely the windiest road in California. We headed back into the park praying that the road was open. As we drove through we caught sight of the fires ...
... Some say it's the worlds best natural view and we can see why. After some time on the summit we walked backwards to the car, not wanting to tear our eyes away from the stunning view. But of all the peaks it was the "El Captain," that took my fancy. Standing proud as the first peak that catches your eye as you enter the Yosemite Valley almost as a guardian to the views that the valley beholds. A granite rock face that elevates perpendicular ...
... he also had to dodge a car on the correct side of the road and then speed to get in front of the slow turning car. The car we got was a red mustang, the hire car man told us it was sexy. We loaded up and plugged in the GPS and set the route. Only because we were in a big parking lot neither the GPS or iPad Internet worked. We knew we would have to start driving to get out of the area so it would work and then try pull over. Of course this didn't go to plan, there was nowhere to pull ...
... Both pleased with our march today up 2,400 feet from Onion Valley to Kearsarge Pass. Proceeded slowly, steadily, with regular breaks. Made summit about noon. Feels good to rest a bit in camp this afternoon. Warm, comfortable in tent. Outside, rented bear proof food canisters make good little stools.
Huge day. 12,000 foot Glenn Pass and 11 miles. Staggered a bit this morning when ...