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... 120] over the Tioga pass to the west side was closed due to bushfires. (The 4th worst bushfires in California, ever.) We stopped at the Mariposa Grove just near the edge of the National Park to look at the grove of huge redwoods (sequoias). Wow, I have never seen such large trees, majestic and massive, if they could only tell a story or ...
... logo. I got off the trail and made my way to a plunge pool that fed into the waterfall. With no real waterfall the water was still and made for a good place for a dip. Pretty good view too. It was like an infinity pool! A very cold infinity pool admittedly but an infinity pool nevertheless. My t-shirt was unsurprisingly soaked in sweat. The new feature was around the patches caused by the bag were thick white lines of crystalized salt had ...
Monday evening at 20:30 I was making my way down to catch the bus which would be my home for the next 3 days.The bus was taking the group of us to Yosemite national park over night and we had 3 different days of hiking and swimming planned.The bus actually converts so it can sleep 36 people which is pretty amazing itself before we even arrived at the park! We was soon on our way and about an hour into the trip we stopped at a Safeway for any snacks ...
We woke early and took a morning stroll through SF to visit the museum of modern arts, only to find it closed for renovations. After having a delicious breakfast we said goodbye to San Fran and embarked on the four hour journey to Yosemite National Park. We picked up an annual national park pass, which will now give us access to all the other national parks we'll enter. This card still has a spot ...
... the gear inside of it and went to check out the hole in the creek just below for some more fishing.Rain died, skies beautified, and a fish caught to be fried. Little guy was gutted, cleaned and brought to camp with a fire prior lit. The olive oil, chives, hot sauce, and fresh trout was wrapped in foil and flipped twice (three minutes each side) while tortillas warmed on a rock by the fire. The spine and ribs stayed together as I peeled the small fillets off. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed