Day 67 | California | Midpines | We Heart You SF

Another breakfast out day today – Exciting!

Today we headed to Art’s Cafe, the cutest little diner, which was narrow enough to hold the grill and all the kitchen goings on, plus a counter and row of seats. I had read they had amazing hashbrowns, and my, my, they were pretty darn tasty! This is the sort of place that we were excited about eating at when we were planning our trip.

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Amazing hash browns in process

Today we had to say goodbye to San Francisco. There was a little piece of us that didn’t want to leave. It’s such a unique and pretty city, we loved the feel of it and couldn’t get enough of all the street art around. Although, I won’t lie, I won’t be missing all the stairs 😉

Today we drove out yonder…AKA we drove to Midpines, which is going to be our base point to check out all Yosemite has to offer.

Along our way we stopped in a In n Out burgers. We have been told along our travels that it was remiss of us to have not been to In n Out during our time in California, so we set out to rectify this faux pas. Well, what can I say…similar to Taco Bell, we can cross this one off our list and need to repeat it again 😉

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The goods!

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Not convinced…or maybe just frowning at me taking the photo 😉

We arrived at Midpines, or more specifically, the Yosemite Bug, our accommodation for the next few days, just after dark. Here we were staying in ‘tent’ accommodation, though we could equate this a little more to ‘glamping’ given we had electricity in the tent. Everything was great, except for the fact that it was freezing cold and I had to hide my head under the covers most of the night to stay warm!

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