Thanks for great advice guys, I was looking forward to trying some of American BBQ in the US, I love the places we have here in Australia, unfortunately looks like we'll be driving past Dr Hoggly Wogglies early morning leaving LA, on the way to San Luis Obispo, so I won't be able to get it for dinner. If you guys could recommend any BBQ places around Potero Hill in SF or LawnDale in LA, That'd be awesome!
Hearst Caste and the USS Pampanito is already on my list, just added the glacier point hike and the Native Sites at Yosemite there, I was wondering what the good hikes were going to be, so thanks for the tips
Walking anywhere is nice but if you're not up for it the buses go everywhere. And I'm going to hedge my bets here and say your staying at Yosemite Lodge instead of the Awahnee. The restaurant at the Lodge is good but the cafeteria is bad.
Yeah we were a bit late in booking accom in the park itself, but got accom just near Yosemite Lodge- You mention buses, Is that the best way to get down into the park? Or is driving an option? Hows parking??
I am travelling to California in July for a sporting event in LA in july, and then driving up to San Francisco via the coast, then via yosemite afterwards to LV, and was after some tips and tricks.
Dan keeps mentioning a BBQ place on the drive between LA and SF I am really keen to check out, does anyone remember what it was called?
We have booked in to see a Baseball game in SF, and I am super disappointed we won't be in town for a Hoodslam event, but does anyone have anything I absolutely have to see? Drews already recommended Alcatraz, and we're going to hire bikes across the Bridge, but other than that we'll have a few days in SF, and travelling up the pacific coast to fill.
Oh man. A giant bomb forum about the Crossfit open, my 2 favourite things coming together. I've been competing for the past two years in the RX division, but won't be able to go as hard this year due to hurting my shoulder at a comp last year.
Hey, any word on the meet up venue? I had a Bourbon with 1 ice cube in Ryan's honor tonight, but still keen to celebrate the awesomeness that he brought us.
One of my friends said it beat, we've had Ryan and jeff and brad and vinnie in our lives for atleast 3 hours a week for the past 5 or 6 years, losing one of the crew feels like losing a old and close friend.