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Travel Blogs from Oakhurst
... turning up and down the mountain side.
We saw a couple of beautiful waterfalls and walking along the path back
to our car the craziest thing happened.
Someone noticed the Harpoon shirt Bruce was wearing and said “Yeah,
Harpoon”. Well, we started talking and
found out she works at Harpoon in Boston and of course knows our son Steve. Small world.
... stopped and taken a photo. This area had almond and pistachio groves and Corn fields. Interesting to see how pistachios grow.
After having taken no photos on the drive from Santa Barbara to San Francisco we decided to stop at every vista point today. There were only two and neither had much of a vista to see. Perhaps the trees had grown since they were set up.
Days Inn Oakhurst was right on highway 41 so we had no ...
... is the water that comes from the melting snow that will eventually go down the Yosemite Falls. The drive took us up to 8300 feet and we stopped for roadside pictures of the mountain ranges with snow and ended up at Olmstead Point which is named for Frederick Olmstead Sr. & Jr. Sr. was known for designing Central Park and was first Commissioner for Yellowstone and Jr helped draft the legislation establishing the Park Service. This lookout is over the ...
... a few cars so thought maybe we were the first ones there. We got a surprise when we saw the parking lot half full and by the time we left it was full and we found out why. When you get there you don't want to leave, it is so unbelievable looking out and down. From this lookout you can see 1/4 of the Park and during the Ice Age the ice filled the valley would have been more than 700 feet above the lookout. Looking down you saw the Yosemite Valley where we were ...
Another day in Yosemite, Glacier point was reopened after a snow fall the previous day. Well worth the long trip up for a magnificent view of the dome and the valley floor. Evergreen Lodge is a great place to stay near the park entrance, pricey but worth ...
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