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TripAdvisor Reviews Yosemite Springs Coulterville
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... rock features, but really – it’s a desert. Complete with numerous brothels standing isolated every 20 miles or so.. no bars, just brothels. They do invite free inspections though, so if you are prepared to drive a few hundred miles, you can check them all out and choose the best of them. Weird, just weird.
The scenery was awesome and we totally enjoyed the drive. We found the local radio stations a tad disturbing, a God-bothering station and ...
... at it and take pictures. It makes it safe too as everyone is driving slowly and wanting to stop and take pictures. The speed limit through the park is 35 miles an hour. Sounds slow but nobody wants to drive any faster anyway!
We stopped at the Yosemite Village and got recharged with tea and food. We also picked up one or two souvenirs.
We drove on and to be honest, we really can't say much more about it - the pictures will have to speak ...
... place is less about words and more looking at the photos or visiting it yourself.
The final awesome view was glacier point - half dome rises above the valley, reflecting the last rays of light as they hit the land. Every time you see through the trees, or at the edge of the cliff, you are impressed.
As we ...
From Oregon we headed south towards Cali and the BIG TREES! Our primary route down the coast of California was State Route 101. Our first stop along the way was Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park. There are two different species of big trees in California (Coast Redwood and Giant Sequoia). Coast Redwoods occur along the Pacific coastline, while Giant Sequoias only occur on the Sierra Nevada's western slopes. Coast Redwoods tower over all other trees in the world. Trees over 370 ...
... the 'Spew View'!
Shane thought it was a perfect opportunity for a little geology lesson as we had a great view of some of the rock formations and types that make up the valley. It was pretty interesting and he knew what he was talking about, as he was currently studying geology!
When everyone was feeling a bit more refreshed, (Darren felt a bit worse than me now) we all got back on the bus and headed to our next destination, Olmsted Point.
We had a ...