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... groveland and up to Yosemite village. The roads were so windy with cliff drops, huge tree and mountains. Around 6.20Pm we arrived at upper pines campground, there was no one on the kiosk so we just drove in, parking In bay 19. We set up the bed and organised our bags before heading for a wander for food. The site isn't busy, a van next us of Aussies and someone who pulled up next to us. We wander the camp in the dark, ...
... had nearly successfully set the van on fire! Oh no best to eat the pasta as it is...turned out to be very nice! With doors open we waited for the stove to cool before putting everything away and going to do the washing up. During this time I remembered about Carbon Monoxide poisoning and started getting a little worried... Back at Juniper I found metal food storage containers and we thought best to put both stove and propane ...
... I saw a squirrel open a muesli bar and eat it. We also saw a coyote trying to find a nice quiet spot at the bus stop to eat the squirrel it had just caught. -'The Mist trail' to Vennel falls This trail had a few distance options. You could go to the base of the falls, to the top of the falls or further up to another waterfall. The trail to the top of the falls was about a 5km round trip. 80% of it was steep incline or roughly cut steps that were much easier to go ...
... to watch...they looked like little speckles within the granite.
Sequoia groves of giant sequoias dwarf even the largest pine and fir trees that live among them. They are descendants of an ancient line of trees and can live for over 2,000 years. Their trunks can reach over 25 feet thick....unbelievable!!!! They are a symbol of longevity and strength and are even bigger than the Redwoods we ...
... reason to be there. However the Northwoods stuck with us and led us to the massive retail park that had attracted us like bees to honey. So a frenzied few hours in the now 90 degree searing heat spent hunting and gathering enough clothes to take us to our luggage allowance and beyond interspersed by leftover pizza breaks. Everyone seemed to have got what they came for and was pleased with their haul. Then we hit the road ...