The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated reviewer book blog, and is a post to recap my bookish and non-bookish things from the last week.
I just got back from a trip to Yosemite National Park. It has been years since I've been. I'm happy we didn't drive through the gates until later in the day since now they require you show a reservation, either at a vacation rental, hotel, campsite or a hiking permit to get in making the lines super long! I guess some have had to wait two hours or more to get in. We drove through at 6pm on Wednesday and didn't have an issue, but as we left yesterday (Saturday) there was a line. Didn't seem like two hours long, though. I'm wondering if all National Parks are like that now? At any rate, one good thing is that is seemed less crowded than usual. Some businesses required masks, others didn't, but any of the stores run by the Park Services required masks.
We did some hikes and it was hot! In the past I've gone earlier in the Summer since the waterfalls get smaller the later you go, and just stop running in some places. Fortunately, there were still some running.
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I had a pretty good reading week with Dark Roads, Only for You, and What if You & Me being hits. The Runaway Heiress was a mixed bag for me.
I got approval for my request of Devil in Disguise the day it released which is kind of odd, but I love The Ravenels series, so I'll take it. The rest here are library lends. I hope I can get to them before they expire.
I loved Things You Save in a Fire and want to read How to Walk Away soon. I just had to have the hardcovers for my shelf because they're sooo pretty!
The heroine in What if You & Me by Roni Loren (which I listened to last week) was a horror buff/fan and with all the talk of horror movies I had to re-watch one of my favs: Scream. A bit more cheesy than I remember, but still good after fifteen years!
How was your week?