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... sued for every dollar they made from that song. Next up in my line up was a macklemore album, then of course the grateful dead. I played friend of the devil 3 times on repeat. Then my other favorite, ripple.
I walked until I could feel my drunk slowly turning to a hangover, probably about 14 miles putting me at 955. The Big 1,000 was just a few days ahead.
The next few days I hardly saw anybody. The miles slowly ticked by ...
... very quaint.
Remnants of the Gold rush era I believe.
Our journey was slowed down by 15 mins due to a rock slide on the other side of the narrow highway, but we arrived near the visitors centre approx 2hr 45 mins from departure time.
But first things first folks.
We then explored the museum, watching very interesting documentaries on the North American Indian tribe who lives there ...
... the way. We agreed to the conditions and headed up the road stopping whenever we felt like doing so for photos, just like everyone else.
The road eventually climbed through Tioga Pass at 9 945 feet or 3 031 metres with fresh snow and temperatures below 10º C, then dropped onto the high desert beyond the park and landed us in the village of Bridgeport on Highway 395. Bridgeport is a support base for summer outdoor activities in the National ...
... 8211; reached via Tioga Road – is only accessible in the summer months. After Milly's laboured grind up the never-ending climbs, it's clear why. Tioga Pass itself sits at 9954 feet (3031 metres) with our destination of Tuolomne Meadows resting at 8575 feet (2614 metres) – not an area I'd be keen to plow in the depths of winter... The +/- 85 mile return journey from our camping spot in Hodgson Meadows offered scenery of forests, lakes, granite domes and expansive ...
It would be easy to describe this day as unremarkable, and other than more great roads, an almost 10,000 foot pass over the Sierra Nevadas, and an excursion up Yosemite Valley it was.
In spite its relative proximity to Washington, somehow I've never visited Yosemite before today. With all due respect to Ansel Adams, until you've seen it in person ...