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Hi All! Sorry wifi been a bit dodgy. Made it to Yosemite National Park Tuesday afternoon. Felt like The Parent Trap where we were staying it's been amazing! Chilled Tuesday night as we had been driving a long way. Yesterday, however, was go go go. We headed deep into the National Park- first we headed to Tenaya Lake then went to Lower Yosemite Falls, the tallest waterfall in ...
... comfort on the road. No mosquitos to bother us while cooking, cold beer, and TV shows to watch on our laptop over dinner. Plus, we got to meet some of the other climbers who were also spending more than the allotted 1 week in the Valley and needed a place to call home for the long haul.
This is where we met these two Germans, Tobias and Thomas, who were trying to free as many ...
... our way across several bridges. The waterfall splayed out towards the reservoir and was amazing. We climbed up to a shady spot for lunch overlooking Hetch Hetchy Reservoir, valley, and the Wapama Waterfalls. I’m smiling just thinking about it. Sorry for all of the gushing, but I am obviously smitten.
Day 2: May Lake/Cathedral LakesOur second day, we headeded up Tioga Pass Road towards the Tuolumne Meadows area. Our site was conveniently located ...
... there was a really strong, sweet smell of beeswax, mixed with pine. The smell was almost too much, but we didn't know which bush was responsible.
To accompany the drive, we found the Elvis radio programme, although with all the high rocks around us, Elvis was a bit intermittent.
At Glacier Point, we were welcomed by a very tame squirrel before admiring the views. Such large vistas, with impressive rocks, snow topped peaks in the distance, waterfalls and sheer ...
... shuttle bus and get off at the Mirror Lake stop. We went hiking on foot to Mirror Lake, then made our way back and got a few more photos. It was about 3-4pm and by now, we had not eaten all day since our falafel wraps at 8am. It was definitely taking it's toll on us as we were starving, dehydrated, driving for half the day and then going on a hike! We got some easy dinner (chips and salsa, ceasar salad) from the Yosemite Village Store and stayed up late watching a ...
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