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Travel Blogs from Coulterville
We drove and drove it seemed today...although...really not THAT many miles per say. We pulled into the infamous Mobil station where apparently...they have such good food that the folks who work at Yosemite come OUT to eat there. All I know is gas was $4.89 a gallon!!! We were amazingly lucky I think to not only find a camping spot in Yosemite...but, they didn't even charge us for it. I think Joanna's quickly flashing eyelashes dazed poor Brian and he ...
... going up today and expected to be down on Thursday. That means hauling up 45 liters of water and 5 days of food for three people. What a privilege to help three lucky individuals begin their journey up the Great Wall. This was a secret ambition of our time spent in Yosemite and we got lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time. Yosemite; the climbing axis of the entire ...
... the couple miles back to camp with all our gear. No sign of Michael through the night and the next morning, so we left a note on a stick next to an obelisk of sticks we made in the middle of the trail to alert him. By this time, we were getting a little worried, but we had discussed the alternative if he didn’t show and needed to proceed.
When we arrived at the base of ...
... yes, I was thinking of Kraiby a lot!). From there, you could see down into the valley and get another view of the famed Half Dome formation. We stopped at Tenaya Lake for lunch. It was the most spectacular lunch spot we found, and it had a lot of competition. We sat on the edge of the turquoise lake’s edge, looking up to mountain peaks on the other side. The rocks were nice and warm from the sun and I did not want to move from that spot. I would argue ...
... then went into the valley to get some breakfast before heading out (via the Tunnel View lookout one last time).
Feeling much more satisfied with our trip to Yosemite Valley, we headed west for the California coast! This time it was a more direct route going west into Merced and Los Banos. The landscape here was extremely flat for miles and miles and miles. You look in all directions and it's just flat horizon of dead grass, farms, and almost no signs of life ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed