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Got up at 6:30am for our breakfast. It was hard to get excited about a plain bagel wrapped in cling film and a Baby Bel. We left at 7:30am with our picnic from Judy.
From the 41, it took about 1.5 hours to get to the other side of the tunnel into the valley. We were greeted with a superb view of the majestic El Capitan, an enormous granite …
We had breakfast and left Wuksachi at about 9am. It was quite chilly – only about 4°C. On the way down, we stopped at a large grove of giant sequoias to take photos. M stepped inside a group of 3 which had grown together as one.
We then drove on to Kings Canyon National Park and took some photos looking down into the canyon. The …
... eastern side many years ago on our way to Lake Tahoe.
To get to Tioga Road we had to cross thru the valley so we took a quick trip half way thru the valley (to El Capitan) after stopping at the tunnel view again. It is hard to believe that the road in the valley is close to 20 miles. This is such a pretty time of year with the leaves coming out on the trees, the purple lupine blooming riding down the roads with the windows down and the cool breeze ...
... would be even cooler so out came the jeans. Our goal today was the Glacier Point Road and Mariposa Grove (Sequoia drive) so we took the furtherest one which was Glacier Point Road. We had to go up and then come down in elevation but what a drive. The first turnoff was Badger Pass (ski area) which was closed off and the second, which was Bridalveil Creek was also closed so on we went. After we passed Badger Pass the road changed, I guess because they keep the road ...
Today we finally got into Californian time and managed to get up early and were on the road by 7.30am. We drove up to the Yosemite National Park which is 6000ft above sea level.
It was quite a beautiful park filled with breath taking scenery and lots of trees and sheer cliffs as well as snow. We saw a lot of ...
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