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We left our campsite this morning around 7:00 and returned about 5:00 tonight.
A few interesting facts about Yosemite National Park;
It is 1,190 sq. miles.
The highest peak is Mount Lyell at 13,114 ft.
It is designated as a World Heritage site.
... over to Alcatraz. We had made the wise decision to book onto one of the first ferries of the day meaning we pretty much had the island to ourselves for the first hour. It was a fantastic experience. The cells were freezing cold and tiny. You could literally stand in the middle of one with your arms outstretched and nearly touch the walls. They just had a very uncomfortable looking bed, sink and toilet in them. We listened to the audio tour ...
... There are a couple of rangers standing at the gates telling everyone the situation and attempting to answer the question, "When will it reopen?", but they are no more aware than the rest of us. Here's hoping Congress come to their senses and resolve this quickly. We turn around and take the less scenic route around the national park to a little place called Pinehurst. Don't bother looking for it on the map because you probably wont find it. Our advice before ...
We left Mt Carmel UT at the crack of dawn, drove on the Zion/Mt Carmel scenic Hwy, thr' the 2 tunnels (one is 1.1 miles long) and out with no fee payable, as the US Govt employees had not turned up to work this early. Saved ourselves $25.
One has to take time to stop/go on this stretch of highway with the stunning mountainside vista's that you see in the Zion area.
Once thr' Springdale (township next to Zion NP) we headed down 9 and 15 passing straight thr Las ...
... at this time of day, nothing open, so we put on our boots and backpack and headed off on the Congress Trail, up the High Sierra and came out on Eagle View by lunchtime. We saw no-one the whole morning - we even had the General Sherman Sequoia Tree to ourselves ! In case you did not know this is the BIGGEST TREE in the world (see photo).
After lunch we took the trail lower down back to the Giant Forest. We saw no bears at this ...
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