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... and sat at the picnic ground next to the van. Once the porridge was eaten, washed up in the bathrooms and got changed for the day. Headed to the registration cabin, $20 a night is not bad going, and popped to the store for a banana and water for the day. We caught to free shuttle from stop 15 to stop 6 where the valley loop trail started. We managed to do the half loop with was around 8 miles long which allowed us ...
... cooked on our stove within minutes, after washing up and getting ready we headed off to register for the nights! $20 a night this camping is a bargain despite being cold. We decided best to do the Valley Walk as this incorporated the big features of Yosemite.... Upper and lower falls, El Capitano, Merced River, Eagle point, and Half Dome! Which were all incredible sights ... After the 8 mile walk we finished ...
... little sunlight penetrates to the floor. So, when I first got out of the car to photograph El Capitan, I immediately put my fleece on. Then, arriving in Yosemite Village at 4pm, the temperature had dropped significantly further so on the trousers and jacket went as well. I’m sitting outside Degnan’s Deli where I have just purchased a coffee and muffin. I’ve scoffed the muffin swiftly – I have been ...
... in ugg boots and high heels. The Yosemite (not so) falls. This was a pretty short trail to Yosemite falls. When we got there there wasn't actually any water just rock...I overheard some tourists complaining saying they wanted a refund of their trip due to a lack of water. It was a pretty nice looking rock at least. Glacier point This is a lookout where you can look down into Yosemite. It was a harrowing drive getting up there as described above. Someone had set up ...
... anymore... The campsite was fine and they have put a LOT of energy into these fine trash bins and bear proof food storage bins at every campsite...so, I. Really don't think bears are near the problem they once were...they are still HERE...just eating berries etc like they were meant to. We pulled over and went for a wonderful hike...we had thought it would be 1.7 miles like the sign said...but, it was much longer than that! We thoroughly enjoyed ...