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TripAdvisor Reviews Yosemite Springs Coulterville
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... reception. They eventually turned up about an hour late, but 2 of the group were still missing. They turned up about 30 minutes later, they had lost the others and gone back to look for them. They must have missed them, and so were delayed getting back. As a result we got back to camp quite a bit later than planned, had a quick dinner and then I headed for an early night. We are now heading back to Yosemite to look at the sequoia trees before we head to Bishop to stay ...
... up Yosemite since the start of the trip, and I can see why, it's a lovely park. We then headed back to camp, went for a swim in the pool which was nice, and had our final campfire meal and s'mores with the current group. This morning we packed up camp, making sure everything was organised for the new group, and we're now on the road heading to San Francisco, should arrive at about mid day! Really looking forward to it, before we head back to Yosemite ...
... every corner. We entered a wooded area where the track got a bit steeper and where the first of the day's waterfalls (Illilouette) came into view. We passed a family sat having lunch who mentioned that a juvenile black bear had just walked past. Emma and Megan looked up slope but couldn't see anything. Suddenly Emma, Megan and Ben saw the very pale backside of a bear sauntering up the ridge before it turned to look at us and disappeared over ridge. ...
... to walk the one mile to Curry Village, a large and bustling communal shopping and eating 'market' at the heart of the campgrounds where we could get dinner and supplies for tomorrow's hike (as well as a shower!). It had become quite overcast as we walked in, with a few echoing rumbles of thunder somewhere in the near distance. We ordered from the village grill and sat outside to eat by which time it had gotten quite dark, especially for 5pm. ...
... so they have their own issues).
We drive through rural California for a while and discover why it's the "golden" state--all of the fields and crops are "golden" from the lack of rain. Still, there was a few local farms that had little fruit stands open. In our hurry to beat the sunset, we didn't have time to stop.
Driving into Yosemite is an interesting experience. It is mostly single ...