She felt terrible, tried to call but no cell phone service so we missed out. Just so you know, they run two trains there, the other being a dinner/show train where dogs aren't allowed. So, I made an honest mistake! - D
The day was not a total loss, though, as I made a new friend. He was a small dog, a plus, but he was a puppy, so I didn't waste too much time on him. Mike seemed intrigued, though.
The next day, I knew I was going to be left behind - everyone was going on the tram through the Mariposa Grove in Yosemite and NO DOGS ALLOWED there for sure. Here are a couple of pics taken from the Mariposa Grove on the tram:
Day three, I was not going to be left behind today! The motor home door was open, no one was around, I dashed down those steps. (And you know - I don't dash often.) Everyone was surprised when they came outside and saw this:
I'm so glad I got to go this time:
|Walking up to Bridalveil Fall|
|In the village, making friends.|
|Lower Yosemite Fall - how much farther do we have to walk?|
|Wish I could drink some of that!|
Then it was on to Glacier Point - where Mark noticed I was getting HOT!
Mark to the rescue!
Ah - that feels so much better.
I made a new friend - a little visitor from Japan. He wanted to touch me, but he was afraid. Luckily, big, fuzzy translates to any language. My new friend didn't want me to leave; he cried and cried when I finally had to go.
On the 4th of July, I was too hot to go any place, but the next day, we went to Bass Lake - finally a place a dog could get his paws wet!
That's it for this section of our trip. Hope you enjoyed it!