Big Rock Resort
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... when he said the word "wild". He took out a small flute of sorts made our of a horn and played a song. Several more times he did that. The talk lasted for over an hour and a half, and he walked through various parts of the campground, really just telling stories and information about bears, American black bears, grizzly bears, and all their life cycles and habits. No bears are truly "wild" in Yosemite Valley, but habituated, which are the most dangerous kind of ...
... my się do czytania gazetki o parku, którą dostalśmy przy wjeździe. I tu znów odkryliśmy kilka interesujących faktów:
1.W paku są niedźwiedzie
2.Niedźwiedzie moga włamać się do samochodu
3.Niedźwiedzie wyczuwają jedzenie w samochodzie (nwet te najbardziej zapakowane)
4.TU SĄ NIEDŹWIEDZIE!!!
Wskoczylśmy na przednie siedzenia, ...
... and the kids handled the 4 miles sweet, kids crawling up to the cliff edge whilst I freaked out about Leila’s disregard for 2000ft drop (views of Lambard dome attached).
Narrow roads, poor drivers who hoped to share my lane despite my massive vehicle, narrow roads and amazing scenery I couldn’t really look at due to the former.
Managed to secure a camp site amongst massive ponderosa pines.
Next day we set off into the valley primera!!! ...
We stopped off beneath "Cathedral" in a picnic spot. We had some lunch and forded the river to a beach on the other side. After a little sunbathing we went for a proper dunk. The water was chilly but it was amazing to splash around with that backdrop. Every time we looked up we were continually surprised by the scale of the scenery.
We hopped back in the RV and headed ...
Had one last look around the Yosemite valley. Walked up to the Bridal Veil Falls. Today's plan was the Tioga Pass Drive - about a 100 Km drive West to East across Yosemite National Park. Early explorers made the first crossing to open a route across the Sierras perished in the tough conditions. The road is closed from Nov to May due to snow.
As we climbed out of the valley there were nice views of the valley. First stop was at Tuolumne Grove where we were dwarfed by ...