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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 ...
... about taking the Mist Trail a bit higher to see the Yosemite Falls. Well, I thought, that sounds nice. A nice little stroll to a bridge, looking at trees and squirrels and whatnot. How nice.
It was a half hour hike uphill to the bridge. On the way we passed lots of squirrel signs that said:
SQUIRRELS CARRY FLEAS
FLEAS CARRY PLAGUE
SQUIRRELS CARRY PLAGUE!
Which I’m guessing was telling us to steer clear of the squirrels. So we ...
The organized planners that we are has served us well in the past. We have been planning this trip almost since we returned from Alaska last June. Of course the expected cold weather was a good excuse for us to update our cold weather clothing. For the past 2 weeks we have been making lists and compiling everything that we think we will be needing. The difficult part is that winter clothing ...
... to Yosemite through forests and small towns. A lot of the forests were affected by fires last year left a barron landscape. We went through the entry gate, a couple of tunnels and around a corner and BAM Yosemite hit us! The rock formations are just huge!!
We had decided to do a bus tour which was well worth it as we would have muddled our way round in the camper. The driver was amazing (some real left field stuff tho!!) and gave us a great tour with lots ...
... wonder in a vast edifice of stone and space". The valley is surrounded by the stunning peaks that we had just seen from Glacier Point. Everywhere you look up there is splendour and majesty. At this time of the year, the Merced River winds its way gently through the valley but in spring the snow melt makes it rush through overflowing into the meadows. By autumn the famous Yosemite Falls have dried up although Bridalveil Falls still descend to be ...