Picture at the top is the old transmission cooler /lower bottom of picture where his
Bottom picture is the new transmission cooler
With Trevors assurance we decided to go ahead with the rest of our plans, so we headed to Yosemite and it is definitely mountain driving as was Sequoia National Park, so we definitely gave it a workout and we are still navigating
We got to Yosemite late in the afternoon and we didn't want to start in and not be able to get clear through the park that day, so we went back out and stayed in a pull off spot in the National Forrest. You can stay in a pull off in the National Forrest but not in the National Park. So this was our spot for the night.
About a half hour after getting settled in I kept hearing bells. It kept getting louder, and all of a sudden I looked out the door and there were cows with bells on. Earlier we had seen a sign to watch out for range cows. So evidently they have freedom to roam the woods, so we saw them first hand out our back door.
Some scenes of Yosemite
Look real close & you can see Kent inside in the picture below
When we finished in the Sequoias we headed on South to our friends
Dave & Maxine
Going to spend a day or two then start heading east.
Dave & Maxine are campground hosts in Serrano National Forrest. Very nice
campground except we had to climb the mountains again about 7,000 ft. up in
elevation. The weather is perfect with no humidity.
This is how they parked us on their lot. They have a double lot and they
are the campground hosts, but it was their superior that suggested how we
could park on their lot. Kinda cozy but we fit in. Could never have done
that with the motorhome!
This is Dave and Maxines new vehicle
Until next time
Kent & Martha