Ravensbrook Inn Yosemite
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... the Merced River. If you're a serious photographer, you'll find this spot eminently tripod-worthy.
Another awesome photo op is just a mile up the road at Tunnel View. At this scenic overlook, you have a panoramic view of the valley that has been embraced by artists and photographers since it opened in 1933. The view includes the southwest face of El Capitan, Half Dome, and Bridalveil Falls. It’s the view of the valley you’ll ...
... soon turned into steps which went along the side of the river leading up to the top of the falls.
As the falls were much reduced as it was late summer Xander, Florence and Jonathan moved off the path to get nearer to the falls and into the famous mist the trail is named after. This provided a great photo opportunity with the falls as a backdrop.
After that it was back to the path for the remainder of the 600 steps and 1000 ft of climb to the top. ...
... to walk the one mile to Curry Village, a large and bustling communal shopping and eating 'market' at the heart of the campgrounds where we could get dinner and supplies for tomorrow's hike (as well as a shower!). It had become quite overcast as we walked in, with a few echoing rumbles of thunder somewhere in the near distance. We ordered from the village grill and sat outside to eat by which time it had gotten quite dark, especially for 5pm. ...
Well, we made it to yosemite. We drove south fro South Tahoe down to just past Groveland to Buck Meadows, about 15 minutes to the entrAnce gate. We are staying at Buck Meadows Lodge and its an older place with no cell phone or wi-fi at all, so i am posting this from Glacier Point parking lot, So more tomorrow. When we arrived at our room there was an older guy, i'm not sure if he was homeless, but he was using ...
... the sun was blazing, the skies were blue and the scenery was beautiful. I felt so relaxed. We then went on a little walk and then headed to curry village for a chill out. We all had to meet back at the visitors centre by 3.45 as it's a forty minute drive back to camp and Luke, Sofia and Zoe are cooking Luke's Australian specially of rissoles basically a fancy way of saying homemade burgers. As we headed back to camp ...