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Old 05-23-2014, 08:24 PM   #616
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Gorgeous photos! Everything is stunning! the area doesn't seem so large, until you did the zoom out of the lodge, and you could really see how tiny it looked!

Hopefully Timmy is better, and no car sick…
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Hi Ellen! I fell miserably behind - sorry. I have spent much of tonight reading your updates and enjoying the beautiful pictures. So sorry Tim wasn't feeling well -that's rough on vacation. Excited to continue with your adventure!
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The breakfast looked good.
Love the glass works.
Loved the FB comment in the video. It did go on Disboards. LOL.
It does look magnificent.
The tunnel is cool.
The drive up looked so pretty.
Okay the one video was a little scary.
What a beautiful view. It was definitely worth it.
I would be afraid to lean on the railing as I fear it would break. LOl.
The fire waterfall would have been amazing to see.
Looking forward to the trees. I love big trees.
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Wow that is some scenery !! I can just imagine you all were thirsty!!! Your pix are as always awesome Ellen !!
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Ellen, I cannot WAIT for your next installment! I am planning a trip from SF to DLR (with PCH drive down to Anaheim) and I am using a lot of your ideas! I'm thinking I need to start planning this trip soon, since it is going to be November 1.

Thank you so much for your excellent trip reports and research. I am benefitting from it a great deal!

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Old 05-31-2014, 11:09 AM   #621
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I read your entire trip report, so far, last weekend and loved it!

I'm doing an ABD - BSM adventure in Hollywood / DLR. After that, I'm going up to SF for 4 days, planning to spend most of one day, or however long I need, at the Disney Family Museum on a Sunday, but the other 3 days still need a little planning. I have some tours scheduled for those days.

Just wondering your opinion on Alcatraz? Would you have felt it was really worth seeing if you were traveling alone and didn't have the boys / men with you? I'm arriving around noon on a Saturday and still need to plan the rest of that day. I was considering spending it at Golden Gate Park rather than taking a trip to Alcatraz but just wondering about your opinion. This will be in mid-July which is normally quite cool in SF apparently.

I appreciate your restaurant reviews, too! Certainly planning on trying the Dim Sum restaurant you enjoyed!

Looking forward to more of your reports!
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Had a chance to get caught up on this TR today.

Beautiful pics of Yosemite! That crazy road on the way to glacier point makes me reminisce! When I lived in Virginia 2002-2005 we lived on a mountain and the main road that lead up to it had a section of 5 or 6 crazy turns like that one where you saw the bus. The crazy thing about it was there were lots of logging trucks that would go up and down the mountain (going both ways..) wow was it scary to meet up with one of those!

Looking forward to reading more!
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Old 06-16-2014, 07:59 PM   #623
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Your pictures are beautiful and there were a couple of the Valley where you could totally see where the glacier had sculpted the Valley. That was really cool to see!

Awesome observation Alison!

I'm glad that Timmy was feeling better. That road was pretty crazy, it freaks me out driving up roads like that where there is a drop off on one side. Yay! You're almost to DL!
Not for long......

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Definitely! That would be fun . . . just let me know when you'll be here. Maybe your kids can inspire mine to love vacations - ha!

Jodie
HAH! It will just be me and Tim- I will tell him to talk it up, lol!

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Love DL- so much easier to get around, PLUS I got to see a lot of people I know/wanted to meet- so it was excellent! I hope you will ride Space Mountain- OH! And Indiana Jones! Those were my two favorites. Really really fantastic.

BTW- I see you are Scottish- one of my BFs is as well, and brought us all over once- so lovely in your country!
Aw, thanks, we kind of like it here too!

It's a big trip for sure but as it is such a long way for us to go it seemed like a good idea to break up the journey a little both ways and maybe make the jet lag easier to cope with... plus, its a good excuse to go back to Yosemite and DL
Will be going on Space and Indiana Jones for sure.....hopefully we will be going on everything

Somehow, I managed to NOT go on everything- I need to go without my kids, I think- lol!

It's funny but your trip followed our last one a little -we also stayed at The Charlotte (air-conditioning was unusual, but effective) and had a night at the Ahwanhee too. This time we have 3 nights at The Lodge at the Falls and one at Wawona as we didn't get to the trees last time.

Very cool! The Charlotte was remodeled when we went- I think they were going to finish up with the remodel this winter- I wonder what they did in our room? I guess I will know soon enough- I have a client staying there in a couple of weeks-

Have just seen you Glacier Point photos - absolutely fabulous, and you have a lovely family but what a shame about Timmy's illness- hope he gets better for DL

Thanks- eventually he will....

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It is my favorite place of all- I hope to get back in a few years. Let me know if you have any questions!

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Just stunning! Sorry Timmy wasnt feeling well, but what a beautiful way to spend a morning!
It truly was stunning- that is very accurate!

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Gorgeous scenery! Loving all the photos. And I would have been scared $&*%less too on that drive! And like you said the drive was worth the view! Just beautiful.
We just laughed and laughed....such a scary/fun/beautiful ride-

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The video in the car made me bust out laughing when Tyler says: "If this goes up on Facebook..." cause I put everything my kids do up on Facebook! Every cute, embarrassing, annoying, heart melting thing they do. Now, they are too young yet to have Facebook in order to know the multitude of ways I have likely embarrassed them, but I expect I will one day soon be threatened that I better not put something up on Facebook. And I will ignore them, because I gotta get my fun (and my revenge) in somehow!
LOL- Tyler always says that- he says I put every one of his life events on FB- today I threatened to put Great job tying your shoes today Tyler! What a big boy you are!- if he didn't behave. HAH! So good plan on ignoring YOURS when they start to speak up about it! We have to humiliate these kids SOMEHOW!
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Gorgeous! Looks like the entrance to heaven itself.

It is amazing- I hear people say the same thing about Alaska, looking forward to seeing God's handiwork up there in a couple of months.





This is why you keep duct tape in the car.
LOL! You are RIGHT!!!!


Cool! Looks just like the road up Haleakala.

I have never taken that road- went up to the volcano on the Big Island, ended up skipping Haleakala on Maui.

Simply stunning scenery!

Yup!

Good spot for a fun "hanging off the cliff photo".
UGH- you are RIGHT! We need you to come on these vacays with us for your inspirational thoughts!

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Ellen, the pictures are INCREDIBLE. So amazing. What a magnificent place. I need to get out there once of these years. I am thinking that maybe I'd do an ABD trip out West; I'll have to look where that trip goes, though.
Right now I am not sure there is an ABD to Yosemite- I think I looked because I thought that would be a good way to get ideas of what to do.Other parks, yes- Grand Canyon, Canadian Rockies, Grand Tetons maybe?

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You know every time I read the updates here I just drool over the beauty!
It looks like another fabulous morning, but sounds like someone may still not be feeling 100%.
DING DING DING DING DING!! You hit that on the head there, Mama-

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My oh my! It makes me can't wait to get out to Yellowstone.
I am looking forward to your FB pics, Laura!!

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Hello, I'm back, so far behind on all my TRs. The stupid iPad gets so bogged down & slow when I can look at the Dis so I just give up.

On the app? I hate looking on the app- it always shuts down on me and I lose my place.

Anyway, I would have been scared @&$?less on the drive to Glacier Point! I would be lying down in the seat with my face buried, don't want to see those road edges with no guard rails! I've had some hairy drives in Arizona on single lane roads in the Rocky Mountains that were for two way traffic!

Well, it was worth it! Personally, I have been a lot more scared on St John- you need to drive on the left, and there are CRAZY sharp, steep turns- all you can think is how is the car not flipping over backwards right now??? But it doesn't-

Your photos are fun to see, the country out west is so magnificent. Speaking of magnificent, your breakfast looked so good, prices were hefty, but not unexpected.
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Gorgeous photos! Everything is stunning! the area doesn't seem so large, until you did the zoom out of the lodge, and you could really see how tiny it looked!

That is the whole thing about it- when you can really have a perspective of just how enormous it is, it is astounding!

Hopefully Timmy is better, and no car sick…
Yea, well, we don't always get what we want....

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Hi Ellen! I fell miserably behind - sorry. I have spent much of tonight reading your updates and enjoying the beautiful pictures. So sorry Tim wasn't feeling well -that's rough on vacation. Excited to continue with your adventure!
Oh PLEASE don't worry about it, Roni! I am behind too! I go in spurts- then somedays my phone is ringing so much I can't even think about being on here- just nice to see you when you can make it! I hope you forgive me for missing so much of YOUR TRs lately too!

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The breakfast looked good.
Love the glass works. So pretty, right?
Loved the FB comment in the video. It did go on Disboards. LOL. Yea, he doesn't care about that- pretty sure none of his friends are following my TRs
It does look magnificent.
The tunnel is cool.
The drive up looked so pretty.
Yosemite is unreal.
Okay the one video was a little scary.
It was, but we laughed- so all good!
What a beautiful view. It was definitely worth it. YES!!
I would be afraid to lean on the railing as I fear it would break. LOl. Uh-Oh! Be careful!
The fire waterfall would have been amazing to see. I agree- the people in our group (the Ahwahnee tour) that had seen it said it was spectacular.
Looking forward to the trees. I love big trees.
Well, then you are going to be happy soon!

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Wow that is some scenery !! I can just imagine you all were thirsty!!! Your pix are as always awesome Ellen !!
Thanks Rosie! Yes- we were very thirsty!

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Ellen, I cannot WAIT for your next installment! I am planning a trip from SF to DLR (with PCH drive down to Anaheim) and I am using a lot of your ideas! I'm thinking I need to start planning this trip soon, since it is going to be November 1.

AWESOME!!! You will love it!!

Thank you so much for your excellent trip reports and research. I am benefitting from it a great deal!

That is wonderful to hear- I know I always learn so much from other travelers, it's nice to be able to help instead!
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I read your entire trip report, so far, last weekend and loved it!

Great! So glad!

I'm doing an ABD - BSM adventure in Hollywood / DLR. After that, I'm going up to SF for 4 days, planning to spend most of one day, or however long I need, at the Disney Family Museum on a Sunday, but the other 3 days still need a little planning. I have some tours scheduled for those days.

Lucky girl! That is going to be wonderful- I want to do that ABD one day too! What kinds of tours do you have planned in SF?

Just wondering your opinion on Alcatraz? Would you have felt it was really worth seeing if you were traveling alone and didn't have the boys / men with you? I'm arriving around noon on a Saturday and still need to plan the rest of that day. I was considering spending it at Golden Gate Park rather than taking a trip to Alcatraz but just wondering about your opinion. This will be in mid-July which is normally quite cool in SF apparently.

Hmmm....I thought it was an excellent tour, the headsets make it come alive, especially when you hear the prisoners recount their experiences. BUT, if I were choosing between GG Park and Alcatraz, I would choose the park. The park is magnificent, I loved it there. Even Pods was impressed! And yes, all of July and August can be cool in SF- ESPECIALLY the side where that park is- do NOT forget a sweater for GG Park!

I appreciate your restaurant reviews, too! Certainly planning on trying the Dim Sum restaurant you enjoyed!

An excellent choice, I think!

Looking forward to more of your reports!
I should be updating this one tomorrow- just did a bunch on the NYE Fantasy one- really need to finish both already!

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Had a chance to get caught up on this TR today.

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Beautiful pics of Yosemite! That crazy road on the way to glacier point makes me reminisce! When I lived in Virginia 2002-2005 we lived on a mountain and the main road that lead up to it had a section of 5 or 6 crazy turns like that one where you saw the bus. The crazy thing about it was there were lots of logging trucks that would go up and down the mountain (going both ways..) wow was it scary to meet up with one of those!

Oh noooooo...I can see how that would be-

Looking forward to reading more!
Hopefully will update tomorrow! Thanks for sticking with me....
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And....I'm back!

So we squeezed? Squoze? Is that a word? Prob not- we squished on the shuttle from the General Store at Wawona, and made it over to the Mariposa Grove.

Timmy, for those who have been guessing, was NOT doing well.

We had hoped to take the tram up to the upper Mariposa Grove (this is where most of the trees of note are), then hike back down through the forest. Well, not today my friends. After we had purchased out tram tickets, and we all grabbed drinks and snacks from the store, Timmy started whining like a 2 year old- he just wanted to go to bed. Back to the room.

Bud- the room is 4 hours away. Ride the tram for an hour, please, and then we can go. Please.

Finally he conceded. He did not have a fever. He did not need to throw up. He did not have broken bones. He did not have a migraine (or any other kind of headache). He was just a little tired. He had a mild cold.

Sorry if you think we are brutal. But it was not like we were coming back this way, probably ever, and the Timmy who normally resides inside my youngest's body would regret making his whole family (including himself) miss some truly spectacular sights. Unfortunately, today we were not traveling with our friendly giant. Today, we had the pleasure of visiting Mariposa with the GRIZZLY GIANT- look! He even had a sign!



UGH. So by the time we convinced Tim that there was no bed around the corner, and he was going to have to sit in SOME kind of vehicle, well, there were not a lot of seats left on the tram. We saw a ton up front- however those were all (except 3) being saved by some major nasty B for her family (which included 3 kids that spent the whole ride on someone else's lap- I really was not a fan of this person, and I want to know where HER sign was- my guess is in a rest stop bathroom, if you get my drift). So the boys sat up front, and I went 3 or 4 rows behind.

OK- enough of the bad stuff. Let's have a look at the beautiful Mariposa Grove of Yosemite, via their tram which was $26.50 for Pods and I, and I think $19 each for the boys. You can not reserve this in advance, and the Big Trees tram departs every 1/2 an hour between 9:30 and 5. It includes a headset with a pre-recorded audio tour, which was really enjoyable. Here is a link to the site- http://www.yosemitepark.com/big-trees-tram-tour.aspx





Giant Sequoias are considered to be the largest living things on earth. There are 3 groves of them in Yosemite, with this one, Mariposa, down at the southern end of the park, being the largest with 500 trees.





These trees are between 1000 and 3000 years old.



Some youngsters-



I think this is the Grizzly Giant (the OTHER one on the tour)



Many of the trees are named. This one is the Faithful Couple-





Just like the Giant Redwoods in Muir Woods, they can take a lickin' and keep on tickin'-



The clothespin tree-





It is just so hard to understand just how incredible these trees are from the photos without a person standing in front to give a sense of perspective.







When you get to the Upper Grove, there is a museum which is a replica of Galen Clark's Cabin- he is the man who discovered the grove. Interesting story- he was diagnosed with consumption (TB) in 1853 and given 6 months to live. He discovered the Mariposa Grove and moved there- he died in 1910! That's a LONG 6 months!! He moved to the mountains to take his chances on dying or recovering- things worked out well for him!



This is where many people got off the tram to hike back down- or even just have a break, as we were to stop here for 15 minutes or so to walk around.









Back in a bit to finish up!


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We stopped at the base of one of the trees to take a pic -





Then went to look at the California Tunnel Tree- the only living tree with a tunnel cut through it remaining. The tunnel was made in 1895 as a gimmick to allow stagecoaches to pass through.





I remember a postcard of a car driving through a tunnel from when I was a little girl- THAT tree fell in 1969.

The big one at the end of this path is the Grizzly Giant- it is not really that huge, only 209 feet (huge roll of eyes here).



Back in the tram, we saw the Bachelor and 3 Graces-



I was sitting next to the most beautiful family on the tour- a Mom, Dad and 2 very small children. They had come all the way from Italy to see the trees. WOW. If you listen, you can probably here them speaking in Italian- probably saying why doesn't the blonde lady go sit with her own family? Sheesh!

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Once off the tram, we had just a short while before the shuttle would arrive to take us back to our car, so we decided to get a couple of tshirts and of COURSE more water and snacks. Followed by more water and sandwiches when we got to the General store. Shuttle time!



Heading back to our car, we saw someone fishing in the brook-





So peaceful and serene. Click to play-


We drove past the Wawona Hotel-



And said good bye to Yosemite National Park- because now, we were on our way south- to DISNEYLAND!!!!



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More great pics! Those trees are amazing - thanks for sharing! Sorry Tim was having a bad day Maybe he'll feel better at DISNEYLAND!!!
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Yay for on your way to Disneyland. That looks like a great tour! I want to do everything that you did on these days, it looks so beautiful!

Sorry that Timmy wasn't feeling well and his cranky side came out, that can tend to happen. I know first hand.
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