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... info about the history of Yosemite. We took heaps of photos and Riley got an amazing reflection of the Half Dome. I converted it to black and white and it looks just like some of the Ansel Adams photos that we saw in the gallery the next day for up to $30 000!
We decided to stay the night in the park (no power and cold but we survived!) as the alternative was to drive for up to an hour and then drive back in the next morning. Lots of posters and info about ...
This morning we had a very early start as we were picked up just after 6am from our hotel to travel to Yosemite National Park. We met at Fisherman's Wharf and found that half of the twenty in our group were fellow Australians. Our tour guide, Leo, was informative and entertained us with his comical banter as we journeyed the four hours west from San Francisco to our destination.
We headed out on Interstate 80 and crossed the impressive white span of the ...
... before full closure (to allow pre-paid campers time to get out), but that privilege wouldn't apply to us. However, this deadline was still 2 days away, so perhaps the road through Yosemite might still be open? Just in case we got quizzed at the gate we decided on a cover story that we were travelling to Mono Lake (a journey that would require us to drive through Yosemite). We actually had hoped to get to mono lake, but given that it was now possibly closed, ...
... for my needs. My only regret about staying there was that the room included a full breakfast. Rats! I’d be leaving in the morning well before the first egg was scrambled. I had to get to the trail head early if I wanted to complete the walk in one day.
I woke up to the smell of smoke. The air outside hung heavy with it. The Rim fire in Yosemite had been burning for many weeks now and was California’s 3rd largest fire in ...
... and articles about what to do if you encounter a bear that I didn't really know what to do - rather amusingly, my reaction was beyond laid back as I simply turned round and said without any emotion 'oh my god, that's an actual bear!' Felicity then ran back to grab a rock, and the only thing I was really sure to do was to make noise... Only when someone puts you on the spot to make noise, you then stop to think hmmm what noise should I make?! We kinda stayed still as the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed